Saturday, January 19, 2008

How different

Guinness Draught and Guinness Stout - besides one coming in a can and the other a bottle, how are they different? I have always thought that Guinness is Guinness, but they appear different.
Guinness DraughtとGuinness Stoutはどう違いますか? GuinnessはGuinnessと思いました、でも違うようです。



At 8:29 PM, Anonymous mic said...

Hi Peter,
I came across your blog today by searching info about people who learn
Japanese in San Francisco. I am from Japan and new in this city. Just wanted to say hi.


At 8:53 PM, Blogger PeterD said...


Welcome. Maybe I will see you at one of the Japanese language groups I talk about at


At 5:00 PM, Anonymous AJB in NZ said...




The perceived smoothness of draught Guinness is due to its low level of carbon dioxide and the creaminess of the head caused by the very fine bubbles that arise from the use of nitrogen and the dispensing method described above. "Original Extra Stout" contains only carbon dioxide, causing a more acidic taste.



At 5:24 PM, Blogger PeterD said...

Where would we be without Wikipedia, eh? Thanks for getting this info for me.

At 11:45 PM, Anonymous Nobue said...

I see. So officially it is different.
For me, there's NO difference. Just "Guinness" is "Guinness".


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