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Anchor Porter, NRB 355 ml x 24

With deep black color, a thick creamy head, rich chocolate, toffee and coffee flavours and full-bodied smoothness, this is the epitome of a handcrafted dark...

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Curious Brew Porter, NRB 330 ml x 12

Brewed using crystal, chocolate, black and amber malts from floor malted Sussex barley.

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F.W. Shandon Stout, keg SCOTLAND ONLY 30 lt x 1

A creamy Cork-style dry stout with all the roasted malt character that defines this classic style.

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Guinness Draught, can 440 ml x 24

The no.1 Irish stout, Guinness is smooth with a light head and a deep, velvety bittersweet finish.

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Guinness Dublin Porter 500 ml x 8

Lean in hints of malty soda bread, burnt toffee and oak with hoppy floral bitterness. It’s low alcohol content represents a standard feature of early porters.

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Guinness Foreign Extra 330 ml x 24

Foreign Extra Stout is a beer like no other. The most full-flavoured of all. Singular and striking. Uniquely satisfying.

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Guinness Keg 30 lt x 1

Swirling clouds tumble as the storm begins to calm. Settle. Breathe in the moment, then break through the smooth, light head to the bittersweet reward.

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Guinness Original, NRB 330 ml x 24

The no.1 Irish stout, Guinness is smooth with a light head and a deep, velvety bittersweet finish.

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Guinness Surger, can 520 ml x 24

The no.1 Irish stout, Guinness is smooth with a light head and a deep, velvety bittersweet finish.

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Guinness West Indies Porter 500 ml x 8

Based on that 1801 export recipe, this is an immensely flavourful porter – hoppy and complex with notes of smoky brown sugar, cedar and bittersweet coffee with...

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Guinness, keg 11 gal x 1

The no.1 Irish stout, Guinness is smooth with a light head and a deep, velvety bittersweet finish.

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Marston's Oyster Stout, Keg 30 lt x 1

Traditionaly,in Londonat about the time of Dickens,Stout and Oysters were the poor man's meal taken as good hearty /tasty food.