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Written on Thursday, May 19, 2016
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I'm a Guinness girl, through and through. I love the dark color, the creamy texture, and the beautiful transformation of colors as a freshly poured draught settles into the glass. Trouble is, not every bar in Hawaii has Guinness on tap, and I surely don't have one at home.

 

The next best alternative is a Draught from a can. True Guinness snobs will tell you that it's nothing even close to a fresh draught, and they're correct. But those masters at Guinness have done a darn fine job of managing to accomplish something pretty darn close when poured from a can. It's really all in the pour – I've had good, and I've had bad.

 

The thing about Guinness is it's a lot like fishing – when it's good, it's really good. And when it's bad, it's still pretty good.

 

If I had to complain about Guinness Draught, I would say that the price around the Big Island of Hawaii can be a little steep, and all over the map. I've seen some bars charging $4.50 a can, and others charging a ridiculous sum of $6.00. That's the price of living in paradise, I suppose. I may end up broke, but at least I'll have good beer.

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Type: Beer
Brand: Guinness
Category: Food & Drinks
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