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Guinness Foreign Extra Stout - Guinness Ltd.

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BA SCORE
91
outstanding

1,939 Ratings
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Ratings: 1,939
Reviews: 804
rAvg: 4.07
pDev: 12.04%
Wants: 117
Gots: 132 | FT: 1
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Ireland

Style | ABV
Foreign / Export Stout |  7.50% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
Foreign Extra Stout is brewed with generous hops and roasted barley for a bittersweet balance and full-flavored, natural bite. Developed for global export from Ireland, the addition of extra hops ensured this Stout would arrive in perfect condition. Today it is enjoyed by millions around the world.

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Photo of Radome
3.8/5  rDev -6.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

Poured from a 12 oz bottle into a snifter.

A - The color is the deepest dark brown possible, without slipping into black. It lets no light through. The head is thick and creamy and dark tan, lasting a long time.

S - I served this straight from the fridge and colder than I like to serve ales, as the bottle recommended. I thought the smells were very muted and almost nonexistent. I get a little ale yeast fruitiness and some charcoal or burnt coffee, but very faint.

T - Like the aroma, I find the taste very muted at this temperature. There is some malt and some yeast fruitiness, but mostly the flavors involved roasty things--coffee, burnt wood or charcoal, maybe a bit of dark chocolate, smoke. I'm reminded of a campfire. I don't taste any alcohol. A later sip brought out oak reminiscent of a heavily oaked cabernet or chardonnay. In the background might be the slightest hint of the famous Guiness sour note.

M - The body is fairly light and there is some carbonation tingle. There is some bitterness, but no real hop bite.

D - A good beer that got better and more complex as it warmed. This beer has plenty of charcoal and smoke notes, but does not have the malt and alcohol that I like so much in Russian Imperial Stouts.

Serving type: bottle

Radome, Nov 13, 2010
Photo of BeerImmediately
4.25/5  rDev +4.4%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Pours with a thick, sugary tan head over an opaque black body. Tons of sticky lacing. A beaut.

Very sweet on the aroma. Good roasty quality as well. Black licorice, dark milk chocolate, fig, and plenty of molasses.

Good, tight bitterness on the palate, plenty of roasted malts. Burnt chocolate, bark, anise.

Pretty creamy MF for the bitterness.

Obviously, nothing like the standard Guinness... this one is really well done - even if I did have to drop $5 on 11.2oz.

BeerImmediately, Nov 13, 2010
Photo of philosobeer
3.98/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Introductory notes: Needed to see what the fuss was about ... newly available in the US, and previously only available places like the Brit VI. I remember once being told that this is the beer that guiness makes that's good. This is the good guiness. This is the reason they shouldn't be dismissed. I'll confess, most people hate it and it definitely isn't something I pretty much ever buy, but I don't hate Guiness as it is. Regardless, they were right. This is the Good Guiness. It is complex. I am enjoying this beer. Quite a bit, really.

The usual rigmarole:
Ok, so, lets start at the pour. it's thick, and develops a pretty good tan head (even on the brown side, I'll say.) It vanishes to a film on top of the it's thick black body. Though the heavy body and darkness makes it pretty opaque, catch some light through a corner and you can tell it does have good clarity, and is ruddy and very dark brown.

The smells comes through being as much dark fruit as grain and that's one of the first thing that hits the taste, too. The taste also hits with some fig or date,, which is really nice, and some burnt sugar ... a molasses, or maybe caramel even. The burnt notes come out and lend to its final dryness. Down right bitter on the aftertaste. It's a distant relative to yerdaddysguiness, but they are related.

Feels pretty nice, but as you might expect, it is heavy. Not syrup heavy, but its heavy. I wouldn't make it an every day beer, but I might buy this once in a while. It would balance the spice of jerk nicely, but I suspect that attitude is biased based on its history.

I end with one thing: I am now glad its in the US market.

philosobeer, Nov 12, 2010
Photo of Spineypanda
4/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a black color with a nice caramel head that laces well.
Smells of coffee notes and chocolate.
Tastes strongly of roasted coffee and finishes with some chocolate, bitter, but finishes slightly sweet.
A medium amount of carbonation, and one that tickles your gums.
A nice beer overall, and quite enjoyable!

Spineypanda, Nov 12, 2010
Photo of Daktyls
4.15/5  rDev +2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A: Pours a dark, black color with very little head, which dissipates to a small amount of lacing on the top.

S: There is definitely a malty aroma to this beer with a dark fruit scent that is full of roasted malts.

T: Initially a sweet taste followed by the roasted malts and what has been referred to previously as the "metallic Guinness" taste. A bit of coffee is present along with a very slight milky taste.

M: Quite a bit of creaminess here, though not overly so, more like a half-and-half than a whole cream. Full bodied for certain with all the flavoring in here, though not too much.

D: Very drinkable, definitely lived up to the hype that I read about it.

Daktyls, Nov 12, 2010
Photo of buschbeer
3.43/5  rDev -15.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

I poured into a snifter to three inches of brown head. It is black is color. The aroma is very sweet with some dark fruit and bready undertones. The taste begins with dark fruits, followed by roasted malt, and finishing with some bitterness. The mouthfeel is not as creamy of the nitrous cans but it's not bad. I still think extra stout is the best of the family.

buschbeer, Nov 11, 2010
Photo of PicoPapa
3.65/5  rDev -10.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

11.2oz bottle. Best Before Date of L0244GF0001. Unsure of what that means. Pours an almost black with very minimal head. Aromas of roasted malts and some coffee. Flavors of some more coffee and chocolate but also some molasses. Aftertaste of roasted malts. Pretty smooth stout. Nothing revolutionary but nothing bad either. I liked it and I'd look for it in a bar but probably won't rush out to buy another 4 pack for $10.

PicoPapa, Nov 11, 2010
Photo of JimLetson
4.2/5  rDev +3.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

After a lot of searching, I found this at Sam the Beer Man in Binghamton. Poured into a Chimay goblet (only clean beer glass I had at the time).

Appearance - pours black with a tan head that leaves a little lacing as it recedes. No light getting through here at all!

Smell - definitely a lot of black malt aroma, but also ground coffee. I smell the hops less than I expected to. The roasty-toasty smells take center stage.

Taste - again, the black malt and a little coffee get you at first, but as that subsides, the hop bitterness picks up a lot. Much more than I thought I would notice, based on the smell. The hop bitterness lingers for a long time. Also, as it warms up a bit, there is a slightly metallic aftertaste.

Mouthfeel - prickly. The carbonation is nice, and the beer definitely dries your mouth out, but not in an unpleasant way. I definitely want to take another sip.

Drinkability - very good. I find it to be a nice, balanced beer, not too heavy, and though the alcohol content isn't super high, the flavors still mask it well. I will definitely drink this beer again.

JimLetson, Nov 11, 2010
Photo of JohnnyChicago
4.15/5  rDev +2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured from into a pint from a 22oz bottle.

A: Looks like a regular Guinness with a nice foamy head and a dark ruby body.

S: Big malty chocolate and spicy hops.

T: Follows the smell; chocolate, piney hops, and a hint of alcohol.

D: Very smooth and drinkable. Alcohol is well hidden and the beer goes down nice and easy.

Overall: A very original and tasty stout. It is sweet, spicy and smooth and leaves the draught in the dust. Shame on you, Diageo, for having the ability to make awesome beer and still producing mediocre brews.

JohnnyChicago, Nov 11, 2010
Photo of Brad007
4/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Wow, nice to see this finally show up on our shores.

Pours a pitch black color with a thick, brown head into my glass. Very nice head that fades down, leaving some lacing on the edges of the glass.

Aroma is full of roasted malt, coffee and just a slight hint of cream, followed by alcohol. Think regular Guinness on steroids.

Taste? Roasted malt and alcohol heat greet the mouth, followed by a dose of coffee. Very robust in nature. There is the odd taste of regular Guinness that lingers but otherwise, it is stronger as advertised.

Mouthfeel is full of lingering alcohol and roasted malt/coffee flavors. Again, I have mixed feelings about the aftertaste.

It's certainly how I described it (regular Guinness amped up) but it's left me wanting more. Perhaps it just needs to warm up a bit? Regardless, I would still recommend it.

Brad007, Nov 09, 2010
Photo of NefariousR
4.25/5  rDev +4.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from an 11.2 oz. glass bottle into a pint glass.

A - Dark black with an incredibly thick, foamy tan head. Spiderweb lacing is left down the glass.

S - Malty sweetness, dark chocolate with a hint of sharpness added by the hops.

T - Heavy roast flavors complemented by malt and chocolate. Hop bitterness is present, but just enough to add balance.

M - Medium-thick and sticky, with quite a bit more carbonation than the Draught or even the original Extra Stout.

D - A wonderful stout that hits a nice medium between standard stouts and an RIS. In my opinion, Guinness' best beer by far -- I'm so glad they've started bringing this stateside.

NefariousR, Nov 09, 2010
Photo of thekanna
3.88/5  rDev -4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A: Pours black with an off-white tan head.

S: Strong roasted malts and some heavy whipping cream.

T: Strong roasted malts, dark chocolate, and bitterness at the end. Also, Guinness' characteristic iron metallic taste (almost like blood) in the aftertaste.

M: A bit thin to be a great stout; but then again, the original Guinness also suffers from the same problem.

D: This didn't really taste all that different from a normal Guinness extra stout to me, but it's still a solid example of the style.

thekanna, Nov 09, 2010
Photo of BeerAndBourbon
4.08/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A. Pours a clear dark brown/black with a three finger creamy tan head that leaves rings of residual lacing down the glass.

S. Chocolate, sweet cream, vanilla, some roasted malt

T. Sweet upfront with toffee most prominent, caramel, and a bit of milk chocolate. Bitter dark chocolate comes in on the tail. A coffee-like bitterness comes out in the aftertaste.

M. Medium with a medium to high creamy level of carbonation. The body is a bit of a disappointment to me; I expected this to be thicker and creamier.

D. The best Guinness I've ever had. A good beer that I've waited quite awhile to try. I'm glad this is finally available in the US.

BeerAndBourbon, Nov 08, 2010
Photo of r0nyn
3.98/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a bottle into my DFH snifter.

Pours a deep, dark inky blackess that doesn't let any light through at all. There's a FAT two inch head that collects at the top and leaves tons of serious lacing. A very nice looking stout. Smell is a bit subdued, but I can pick out some roasted malts along with a little bit of barley. There is a definite alcohol character as well, something I wasn't counting on. It gets more pronounced as the beer warms.

Some caramel malts to kick things off with some sweetness, followed by some bittering hops that permeate the flavor profile. Nuances of vanilla and toffee filter through. Slight alcohol bite at the end, and the aftertaste is dark chocolate bitter. Mouthfeel is smooth and silky, with good heft and a drying finish.

Drinkability is quite good. This is a smoother, slightly more complex version of the typical Guinness Draught and it shows in the feel and the flavors. There's a bit more alcohol to take into account, but it still goes down well and drinks like a champ. I'll probably pick up another bottle and see how it does with a bit of age on it to mellow out the taste.

r0nyn, Nov 08, 2010
Photo of AdamBear
3.38/5  rDev -17%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.5

A-black with a good amount of dark tan head

S-mmm dark roasted malts and caramel...mmmm

T-hmm Guinness really did a good job, it hits with the classic draught guinness taste only much darker and stronger. the dark roasted malts are more evident in the after-taste. has a bit of bitterness to it

M-medium carbonation, much more than guinness draught, creamy finish

D-well...it gets more bitter as the drink goes on...i find this undesirable. the abv hits quickly, its great tasting but its for some reason its a difficult beer to finish.

AdamBear, Nov 07, 2010
Photo of dpnelson1978
3.3/5  rDev -18.9%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

12 oz. bottle into glass pint.
40°F

$3.25 / ea.

A: Opaque black body topped with a tight tan two-finger plus head of fantastic retention that leaves behind thick sticky lace and a rocky cover.

S: Classic Guinness aroma but stronger. This is a good thing. Sweet fruit aromas fill the nose

T: Bitter coffee and hops from the beginning. Again, this reminds me of classic Guinness on steroids. Everything is just a little more potent. The one drawback is the booze borders on medicinal and can be a bit distracting with fusel hints. Significant bitter aftertaste, but it doesn't linger too long.

M: Medium body with moderate carbonation. I'd like to try this on nitro to get the creaminess I expect from the brand. Otherwise very ordinary example of the style.

D: The drinkability really suffers from the alcoholic off flavors. One or two is fine, and food really helps. Otherwise, not something I would seek out.

O: So much promise with a great appearance and appealing aroma. I'll try this one again to double check the flavor. Could have been so much more.

dpnelson1978, Nov 07, 2010
Photo of Bouleboubier
4.72/5  rDev +16%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Okay, the wait was worth it. I remember inquiring about this at the Foodery in Philly more than 5 years ago and was disappointed to find out that the US didn't get this.

Had the more ubiquitous export stouts: Lion, Dragon, etc. Anyway, this has been the best of the style I've experienced so far.

Nearly flawless pour - coal black, a voluminous mocha-shaded head - lasting, creamy, dimpled - that leaves handsome drapes of lacing - as much as one associates a thick, creamy, dense head with Guinness (Draught) - this may be why I hesitate to give perfect marks to the look (but it's damn close). Moving on, the aroma is surprisingly not as rich the flavor - just lightly bitter/roasty and sweet, yet naturally appealing. My oh my, does this taste and drink wonderfully! The bitterness kicks up a couple notches, though never coming off biting or feeling astringent. There is a light, smooth acidity that lingers from a moderate-strength roasty foundation - but just a soft touch. Instead of chocolate flavors (which I was half expecting), I found subtle vanilla notes, starting in the tail of the middle through the finish. Delightful. Add to all of this some molasses flavors and light viscosity and an almost perfect mid-range degree of body, and this is a thoroughly well-balanced, highly enjoyable export stout - and one of the best no-frills, stronger stouts I've had. Says a lot. Again, worth it.

Bouleboubier, Nov 07, 2010
Photo of Bitterbill
4.22/5  rDev +3.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

This just showed up in town. $9.75 for the 4 pack of 11.2oz bottles. Glad to see this isn't a nitro gadget offering.

A beautiful pitch black pour with a 2 finger head of foam. Head retention is decent as there's foam until the very end but there's very little sticky lacing.

The smell is roasted malt, some caramel malt, hints of coffee and chocolate. Some bitterness.

The taste fooled me by a bunch. Lots of roasted malt flavour, chocolate, some smokey notes, a malt sweetness that you get typically from a Milk Stout, a touch of anise, and by golly, a goodly amount of a dry bitterness. Very damn tasty and it trumps the aroma big time.

Medium bodied with medium carbonation. Very good mouthfeel.

Drinkability? It is no light weight when it comes to the abv but I'm finding the alcohol is hidden very well. Much more so than the super delicious Belgian(John Martin) version that is only a half a percent more. Not a session brew, for sure, but I've finished my first bottle and 1 more will finish a very good sitting with a very good Foreign Extra Stout.

Bitterbill, Nov 05, 2010
Photo of BEERchitect
4.03/5  rDev -1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Robustly flavored and dry to the finish, this beer spans the gamot of characteristics in a fluid and flawless manner.

The pour brings a very dark brown elixer, almost opaque, and carries a most impressive tan foam stance that lasts the session with stubborn structure. The beer leaves an intricate sticky lace on the glass in most convincing fashion.

Aromas of bittersweet chocolate, malted milk, light char and french roast coffee fill the nose in a balanced and robust way.

Flavors of roasted woods, coffee, and burnt cocoa begin to take precidence in flavor, but then follow with a creamy sweet balance and mild tartness for complexity. Also balanced with English hops, the beer has an added gear of woodiness/earthiness that blends seamlessly with the coffee-ish bitterness.

Very creamy and full early on, the beer makes a quick transition through the milky malted weight, the sweetish mid palate, and into the acrid-dry finish, stopping shy of ashy or powdery. Very well controlled. Maybe the sharpness of roasted grain or hop bite proves too much for some, but this is a well balanced beer on all fronts.

Now, when is Guinness going to give us a Russian Imperial?

BEERchitect, Nov 05, 2010
Photo of BierFan
4/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Poured from an 11.2 ounce bottle into a pint glass.

Appearance: Good looking very pale milky brown head. Body is black, of course.

Smell: Amazing smell. Very sweet and rich, dessert-like, almost smokey. Really, really reminds me of Tilburg's Dutch Brown Ale.

Taste: Not as good as the smell. Smokey and rich. Roasty, sweet. Really unlike any other stout I've had before.

BierFan, Nov 05, 2010
Photo of rudzud
4.15/5  rDev +2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Been waiting a looong time for this to come stateside, and had to wait even longer for it to get to central mass. A bit perplexed by the "best by" date on the back...it says 0509, which, doesnt make much sense if they just started getting these in the US...

A - The good dark, rich pour with the typical light tan guinness head on top. Did not had that bubble effect of a usual guiness. Head surpsingly quickly faded to leave a nice tan blanket and thick side lacing.

S - Like a typical guinness aroma just more intense. Nice strong roasty malts with hints of carmel and vanilla. Light coffee aromas too.

T - Much like the nose this is a more strong flavoured guinness. The roasted malts are more prevalent and theres some more coffee notes but that nice carmel like sweetness, and hints of vanilla.

M - Nice, nice mouthfeel. Much thicker than a regular guiness. Really nice stout feel.

D - Just builds off of a regular "american" guinness and turns it into something that much better. I've been jealous about practicly everywhere else in the world getting this except the US but nowI can drink what all the fuss is about.

rudzud, Nov 05, 2010
Photo of mattgreger
3.98/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Even the pour on this one is WOW. This brew poured a dark black, with just a tint of brown glowing throughout. It poured with a very large, fluffy tan head that had some amazing retention. As the brew is drank, a wonderful amount of spiderweb like lacing remains even to the finish.

The aroma is a great malty one at first. The aromas that rise to the nose are some dark chocolate, coffee, roasted malts and a just a touch of hops. A great tingle to the nose.

The taste of this brew is almost exactly how it smells, though the taste a bit more bitter, then what hit the nose. The bitterness how ever was balanced out very well with the flavors of the chocolate and the roasted malts. This gave this brew a wonderful, bitter/sweet flavorl. The finish on this brew gives just the hint of some coffee and maybe even that of prunes.

The mouthful on this brew is very viscous, and oh so smooth. This is very much, what you expect from a stout.

The drink on this one is great. It's got a great balance, is extremely smooth. A very nice, viscous stout. I would have to say this is probably the best pints of Guinness I have ever had. This is not a heavy as traditional Guinness, so I would have to say, I could probably drink these all night. ABV is a little high, so some people might not be able to do more then 2. Otherwise an amazing stout.

mattgreger, Nov 05, 2010
Photo of SuperNova777
3.5/5  rDev -14%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Notes from 10/30/10

A:Pours a dark non transparent color with a big tan head, nice lacing is left down the
glass

S:Smell of roasted malt, coffee, and possibly some chocolate in the mix as well. Much
like a regular Guinness but a little more intense

T:Taste is pretty much the same as the nose but mostly just dominated by robust and
roastiness of the malts. They talk about extra dry hopping on this but I'm really not
getting to much if that at all.

M:Thicker body than the regular style (which was one of the main things it was always lacking)seem like the carbonation was good as well

D:Overall a just above average stout, granted it is better than the original version, but just
nothing to crazy delicious about it. Could see drinking a couple of these if they were
offered for free but probably save my money for something a little better

SuperNova777, Nov 04, 2010
Photo of Vdubb86
3.8/5  rDev -6.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Served in a Sam Adams Perfect Pint glass

Thanks to TMoney2591 for picking a few of these up and allowing me to indulge in one of them.

I've been itching to try one of these ever since I heard they were coming to America. Though Eddie Murphy will not be involved in this experience I still am able to gaze upon a super dark brown. This beer isn't able to be penetrated by light and has a nice thick tan foam that you can easily sit a bottle cap on (I actually try it from time to time, this one floated longer than most). The smell is mainly of coffee and roasted dark chocolate. There seems to be a decent light hop aroma making its way through to the nose accompanied by some molasses for sweetness. There is a lot of burnt taste in this beer, I know it's too the style but it takes some getting used to. I honestly didn't think that I would be able to taste the distinctive Guinness sour flavor, but there it is waiting for me in the aftertaste. I didn't really expect to taste the liquor in this beer, but it makes itself known as well. With all those notes it still remains predominantly a roasted dark chocolate flavor adding some burnt biscuit taste as well. The liqour roast combo just doesn't seem to work right, and I don't know why. It's very velvety on the tongue, but the bitterness mixed with the astringency of the beer removes it from the perfect pantheon I would have hoped for. Overall this is a very good beer, and I would have it again if I'm in the mood for deep roast.

Vdubb86, Nov 04, 2010
Photo of Satchboogie
4.18/5  rDev +2.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

11.2 oz Bottle poured into my Duvel tulip glass.

A: Jet black with just the slightest bit of brown when help up to the light. Almost a one finger head that was light brown. Head dissipated slowly and left little lacing.

S: Nice roasted malty nose. Smells of dark chocolate, coffee, prune, roasted malt, slightest hop. Very pleasant.

T: Tasted just as it smelled, though a little more bitter. The bitterness was balanced by a nice sweet taste of chocolate and malt. Typical bitter coffee and prunes flavors shine through.

M: Fantastic! Very rich and viscous, pretty much exactly what I'd want in a stout.

D: This is a very balanced, smooth, viscous stout. Easily the best Guinness I've ever had and a good solid stout.

Overall: This is a true Guinness and a good traditional stout. Not quite complex and sweet enough to put it in the exceptional range, but great for what it is. For the price though, I think I'll be sticking to Victory's Storm King Stout for the most part.

Satchboogie, Nov 04, 2010
Guinness Foreign Extra Stout from Guinness Ltd.
91 out of 100 based on 1,939 ratings.