Here comes the first part of a loose series of short beer reviews. The test object today was actually not a British beer, but an Irish: Guinness
1. External characteristics:
Its colour is black, the froth is beige and is actually not a 'real' froth, but has more or less the consistency of cream, looks a little bit ugly when it comes out of the tap.
The froth tastes as bad as it looks like. The beer itself is much better, although for me it is a little bit too bitter. Especially the aftertaste is … well, could be better.
All in all: 6 out of 10