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Multipack
8 × 500ml
6.0%
£ 16.80
Guinness West Indies Porter by Guinness
Guinness West Indies Porter by Guinness
Description

A superbly flavourful porter, whose noticeably hoppier profile harks back to perilous sea voyages once bravely made in the name of booze. In days gone by, the way to preserve a beer on a long voyage by boat was to ramp up the hops. Guinness have seized this happy historical happenstance, and produced a modern day rendition of its Guinness Foreign Extra Stout. Heavy on the toffee as well as the hops, this sweet porter packs a potent little punch, and makes a pleasant addition to the ever expanding Guinness roster. - Learn more about Guinness

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  • World Classics Style:
  • ABV: 6.0%
  • Multipack: 8 × 500ml
  • Country: Ireland
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About the makers

Guinness Made of More

It takes bold brewers to brew bold beers. Those prepared to go to lengths that others wouldn’t to perfect their craft. In 1759, Arthur Guinness took out a 9000-year lease on a brewery; their brewers then brought you the blackest beer with the most colourful flavour, and braved the perils of the high seas to transport it across the globe. The pioneering methods of their predecessors have been handed down and tirelessly advanced from generation to generation and they never stop evolving. Which is just as well, as there's a whole lot more beer to brew. View the Guinness page

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