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Guinness Red Harvest StoutGuinness Red Harvest Stout

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Guinness Ltd.

Style: Irish Dry Stout

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 4.10%

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

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Added by Lemke10 on 08-21-2013

This beer is retired; no longer brewed.

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Photo of UCLABrewN84
2.64/5  rDev -15.7%
look: 4 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

Pours a clear reddish-brown with a foamy beige head that settles to a thick cap on top of the beer. Small patches of lace form around the glass on the drink down. Smell is fairly subtle with some roasted malt aromas. Taste is much the same with malt and bready flavors on the finish. There is a very mild amount of toasty bitterness on the palate with each sip. This beer has a low level of carbonation with an almost flat mouthfeel. Overall, this is a pretty poor beer that is very mild and lacking in both aroma and flavor.

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Photo of kojevergas
3.16/5  rDev +1%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 2.75 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 4

14.9 fl oz aluminum can with artful stylish label art acquired as part of a 4 pack earlier today at me local HEB. Expectations are high given the brewery. Reviewed as an Irish Dry Stout because it identifies clearly as a stout and it's brewed by Guinness. The nitro-widget is audible in the can prior to opening. Reviewed live.

Served cold - straight from me fridge. Side-poured with standard vigor as no carbonation issues are anticipated.

A: Yields a luxurious bubble show upon opening, with brown wisps of colour surfacing from the dark ruby body.

The head resolves to a wonderfully creamy, beautifully frothy white-khaki. Fantastic thickness. Great soft complexion. That's how a head should look. I love nitro's effect on the creaminess of a good stout head. Wow. Lacing is fantastic, with a thick sticky coating uniform and even as the head slowly recedes. Head retention is excellent - easily 10 minutes or more. Supple and appealing.

Body colour is a transparent and translucent dark amber of average vibrance. No yeast particles are visible. Appears well-carbonated.

Overall, it's quite atypical of the Irish Dry Stout style, but looks quite apt for an Irish Red/Irish Stout blend. Quite inviting and attractive. I'm really looking forward to trying it. The head in particular is lovely.

Sm: Lovely amber malts, cream, and and light roasted barley. Has a light toasted malt character typical of an Irish Red. Some sweet bready malts. Caramel. A buried hint of vanilla. Light chestnuts/hazelnut. A brief fleeting hint of mint.

No yeast character, alcohol, or hop character is detectable.

A pleasant aroma of light strength. I'm really looking forward to trying it, though I will say it definitely seems more like an Irish Red/Irish Stout hybrid than a straight Irish Stout.

T: Mild chocolate/chocolate malts. Generic amber/red malts. No real toasted character or roasted barley notes come through, which is hugely disappointing. It's a bit nutty. There's no real hop profile. It's balanced for what it is, but it's painfully simple - even bland. Sweetness/bitterness balance is good, with a slight sweetness winning out. Complexity and subtlety is quite limited here. It's even a bit muted.

No alcohol or yeast character comes through.

Low depth, duration, and intensity of flavour.

I like it, but the bland muted tone really limits it.

Mf: Creamy, smooth, wet, and incredibly light on the palate. Airy and fleeting. It really needs body. Thin and weak. It suits the flavour profile okay, but contributes to the muted feel. I definitely need more strength and presence from a stout. Well carbonated, though. No alcohol heat is noticeable.

Not oily, harsh, gushed, hot, boozy, astringent, or rough.

It should be more dry and coarse.

Dr/O: As much as I love most of Guinness' offerings, this stuff is just not up to par. I wouldn't bother with this again, but it's obscenely drinkable; I'll easily kill the three remaining cans. I mean you could inhale this stuff it's so quaffable; if I was doing a yard-of-ale quaff, this'd be a good choice of beer to do it with. This would be a great beer to ease craft newcomers into different types of beer, but I wouldn't get it again and I'm rather disappointed. I can't see why anyone would hate it, but it's hard to really get behind. It ends up feeling like an extremely timid Irish Red mixed with an English mild. I wouldn't recommend this to friends. I'll be sticking to Foreign Extra, Extra Stout, and Special Export going forward.


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Photo of oberon
2.92/5  rDev -6.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 2.75 | taste: 2.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Pours into a pint glass a clear deep ruby with a cascading light beige head atop.Non descript aromas,a tinge of roasted coffee malt and tin.Flavors of dry roast and more tin,it's dry and pretty much flavorless to be honest.Not much of a beer,what kinda harvest is it realy?

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Photo of jlindros
3.06/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

Nitro can, one of the only beers I feel is valid to have nitro, and can is neat too. It's the end of stout season, so time to kill the remaining stouts as all the IPAs, saisons, and spring ales roll in.

The anticipation as the upside-down waterfall slowly radiates upwards... eventually settling on a huge creamy foamy 1.5 finger rich head that never seems to fade, lots of lacing all over too a thick white frothy completely covered lacing, over a very dark but somewhat clear mahogany dark brown with a nice ruby hue.

Nose has some nitro but not as much as I expected, a mild dark malt, creamy dark malt, as well as some toasty reddish malts, caramel, coppery malt notes, hint of a creamy cocoa like. but not much else, pretty light as expected.

Taste comes on creamy again, lots of nitro again, but this time more malty flavors, candy malt with a little caramel and reddish syrup candy without the syrup, as well as some Belgian-flavored amber malts, almost like a Belgian amber ale underneath, toasty reddish coppery malts, with a hint of a dark malt character, and touch of a creamy chocolate, mild biscuit note too. A hint of bitterness in there, I think more from the dark malts than any actual hops. Finish is sticky and just sticks all over the mouth, drier though, with a little bitterness, more dark malts and creamy flavors lingering.

Mouth is med bod, creamy, but not much for carbonation despite the widget and upside down waterfall.

Overall meh, wasn't expecting much, and that's about what I got. Just a lighter version of regular Guinness with a little toasty reddish malt and caramel coppery malt notes, pretty bland overall.

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Photo of dbrauneis
3.56/5  rDev +13.7%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

A: Pours a clear but almost opaque very dark reddish brown in color with minimal amounts of gentle visible carbonation at the edges of the glass and some amber + ruby red highlights. The beer has a finger tall creamy light beige head that very slowly reduces to a half finger thick layer covering the entire surface of the beer with a slightly thicker ring at the edges of the glass. Moderate to significant amounts of lacing are observed. The cascade of the beer settling is much slower than I usually see in the other Guinness brews.

S: Light aromas of mild roasted malts with some very light hints of caramel and coffee.

T: Light flavors of caramel, toasted, and lightly roasted malts with some subtle notes of nuttiness and vanilla. Not sweet but not really bitter either.

M: On the lighter side of medium bodied with moderate amounts of carbonation. Creamy and smooth.

O: This does not really seem like a stout to me - more of a nitro-can version of an amber or a dark mild. Extremely easy to drink and silky smooth but not super interesting from a flavor/aroma perspective.

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Photo of TMoney2591
3.62/5  rDev +15.7%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Served in a Dogfish Head shaped pint glass.

It's been way the hell too long since I used this glass, so I busted it out for this new Guinness offering (two within a year!?). Following the usual Guinness cascade, this stuff sits at a clear sunshine ruby topped by a stolid finger of cream foam. This has got to be the least stout-looking stout I have ever seen. Shit, it doesn't even approach real darkness, at least not in my sadly-lit room. (The can's pretty badass, though...) The nose comprises rich caramel, perfume-y coffee, and mild roasted malts. Everything's got that usual Guinness subtlety, thanks to the nitro, but it definitely works. The taste runs with the caramel, toasts it, and adds alternating veins of nuts and vanilla/jasmine. Again, much like the look, it's not stout-y, just roastier than usual for other styles (in this case, an Irish red or a "Scottish ale" or, in the worst way, a dark mild). The body is a light medium, with a nice nitrogenation and a subsequently silky feel (how the hell many times am I gonna say that?). Overall, this is an enjoyable quaff, nothing I would consider stout (but people like me have been saying "Fuck styles!", so, yeah...), but definitely something I wouldn't mind seeing around for a while as a minor change of pace.

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Photo of woodychandler
3.38/5  rDev +8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

My thanks to my local, in-person trader, tone77, for bringing this by for me. I am always interested in adding N2 CANs to The CANQuest (TM) lineup.

From the CAN: "A Smooth & Alluring Seasonal"; "SAMHAIN (saw-wen), an anciant Celtic festival held every year on All Hallows' Eve, celebrates the end of the fall harvest and the coming of winter. On this night, the believers beckon restless spirits from the darkness with bonfires and sweet offerings from the bountiful harvest. GUINNESS RED HARVEST STOUT captures the spirit of that night with its alluring blend of lightly roasted barley and subtly sweet Irish malt."

The Crack unleashed a very active beer that startled me by foaming up, then suddenly settling before it could overflow the lip of the CAN or any other untoward action. The Glug created some nice cascading action, but barely a finger of thick, light-tan head with reasonable retention. Color was garnet or ruby-red (SRM = > 22, < 27) with NE-quality clarity. Nose had a standard Guinness scent, perhaps their proprietary yeast strain drives this. It seemed kind of sweet for a stout, but I am not an expert on the style. Mouthfeel was big, thick and creamy (thank you N2 and the widget!) and the taste was rather sweet, raising a question as to its being an "Irish Dry Stout" in my mind. Finish was semi-sweet, not cloying or sugary, but still more sweet than I would expect or like in a stout. I should mention that although yesterday marked to official beginning of winter, it was as warm as early spring, so I do not feel at all guilty about drinking this now.

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Photo of Huhzubendah
3.35/5  rDev +7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.25

A new Guinness variety? Served side by side with the standard Guinness.

The appearance is slightly lighter than the regular version, appearing a murky mahogany color. Creamy off white head, also a shade lighter. The aroma brings a touch of sweet breads, chocolate. Similar to the standard Guinness, but a tad sweeter in lieu of roast. Creamy mouthfeel, as expected. Pretty good, but I'll stick to the old tried and true.

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Photo of WVbeergeek
3.69/5  rDev +17.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

More of a cola brown hue once the cascading effect settles out in my nonic pint glass. One inch thicket of cream head, great looking low alcohol option brand new to local grocery stores. Aroma has some perceived sweetness from the malty nose, typically Guinness has a dark roasted malt with herbal approach this is upfront with a nice bready sweet maltiness. A bit of slight fruitiness almost a tart sour mash quality about it as well. Flavor imagine a lighter Guinness, herbal mint minimal earthy hop profile with a creamy bready malt sweetness complemented by the dark roasts that make up the back bone of this beer. You have to dig down to perceive flavors here it's really light on the palate, the nitro can provides a very airy light feel giving it much less body than your average harvest stout. Overall I can deal with a new option to try, I'm also seeing all of these seasonal options from New Castle I guess they are following our trends on the other side of the pond.

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Photo of BeerForMuscle
2.83/5  rDev -9.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3.25

Ok, I havent written a review in a long while, but this beer needs one.

A - Ok, it looks cool and has the cascading "reverse waterfall" effect of a nitro can beer. Looks clear and amber, beautiful head as expected.

S - It doesn't have any real detectable aromas. No roast, no malt, no bitterness. It doesn't at all look like an Irish dry stout.

T - I've never eaten chalk before, but my guess is this is what it tastes like. This beer is one of the most disappointing and empty flavored beers I've had in a long time. This is an Irish dry stout? It's not even close, at all. This beer is flat, empty, and without a soul.

M - The mouthfeel is just as discouraging as the taste is. This beer is so light and empty. Honestly, I was very surprised here.

O - This beer is sad. I wouldn't try it again. I will drink most any beer and give any beer a shot, but this was a truly poor showing.

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Photo of jwc215
2.99/5  rDev -4.5%
look: 4 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Pours dark ruby with a lasting thick head from the that leaves plenty of nitro pour.

The smell is mild - slight malt and a hint of roast.

The taste is very malty, and slightly nutty, but not too sweet because of a hint of roast and because of the general mildness of it. It has a rather abrupt finish.

It is creamy, though a bit thin.

Easy enough to drink, but rather bland. It is like a lighter stout with some red ale maltiness mixed in.

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Photo of Billolick
3.56/5  rDev +13.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.5

14.9 oz. can with a nitro widget inside.

No freshness/canning date/consume by info.

Pours very dark amber with a reddish hue. Typical Guinness/nitro pour with the cascades of tiny bubbles flowing upwards to form a solid, lasting and creamy khaki cap. Leaves real nice looking and copious tiny bubble sheeting all up and down the glass. Nice looking beer. Actually the look is the highlight of this beer...and thats not really a good thing...

Nose is faintly of milk chocolate and some sweet malts.

This beer is quite thin, to the point of being watery

Flavor is equally restrained. More mild chocolate, and some mild minerally notes and again some sweet malts.

Uninspiring in its super thin body and super subtle flavor notes.

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Photo of tone77
3.66/5  rDev +16.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 3.75

Poured from a 14.9 oz. nitro can. Has a cola color with a 1 inch head. Smell is of roasted malts, a touch of coffee. Taste is malts, smoke, some coffee, very easy drinking and balanced flavors. Feels creamy in the mouth and damn that beer disappeared fast. Good stuff.

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Photo of Stinkypuss
3.4/5  rDev +8.6%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

Pours a deep, dark reddish hue with a nitrogen induced cascading effect. An inch of dense, creamy, off-white foam emerges and lasts the duration of the drinking experience.

Aroma of toasted malts and a leafy, perfumey floral hop. Has a bit more hop fragrance than the standard Guinness, perhaps earning the term Harvest Stout from a higher percentage of trademark hops.

In the taste, roasted malt, giving off faint coffee and molasses notes, however faint. Hops are secondary in the flavor, mild, earthy and tea like is the story there. Just a touch of hoppy acidity is present as a tip of the tongue bitterness. Has the soul of Guinness with just a slightly different malt/hop ratio.

The feel of this beer is light bodied, smooth and creamy. The carbonation is low and the brew is a bit watery. Similar to regular Guinness but perhaps thinner.

Overall, this is a decent brew, and very much in the same vein as standard Guinness. I thought the hops stood out just a bit more and the brew is a bit lighter, both in body and feel. Not a bad mild or dry stout.

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Photo of plaid75
3.21/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured the typical Guinness hue with maybe a touch more amber along the edges with the typical Guinness setup.

The smell offered very little - perhaps a faint caramel malt.

The taste consisted of light roasted malts and a sweetness not present on the normal offering.

The mouthfeel was smooth as usual.

Overall a sweeter and less flavorful version of the standard draught.

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Photo of Zorro
3.18/5  rDev +1.6%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.25

New Guinness is always something I look forward to.

Guinness always does well in the looks department and this one is no exception.

Clear light brown to Ruby red concoction with a tall white never dying head. Held up to the light this is decidedly Ruby in color.

Smells lightly malty with a mineral water and herbs scent to it. Roasted grain and a mealy scent. Green spice scent that I ID as cardamom.

Starts out malty with a slight sweetness and a little smoke. Toasted grain and some caramel flavor. Mineral water and a slight chocolate flavor. Bitterness is mild. That being said this is lightly flavored like most UK ales.

Mouthfeel is full.

Overall a mild and inoffensive ale from Guinness.

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Photo of puboflyons
3.55/5  rDev +13.4%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3.5

From the widget can L3187GE001-19:58. Sampled on October 3, 2013.

It pours a reddish brown color with moderate clarity and a long-lasting nitro-powered silky tan head. Loads of nitro-powered lacing.

The aroma says "Guinness" right away with their house yeast, roasted barley malts, and sugar sweetness.

I found the body to be thin and watery and that was a disappointment.

But the flavor did give it another solid punch with its roasted malts, molasses sweetness, and a low to moderate bitterness on the end. It also ended very smooth. It was quite easy to quaff probably more due to its thin body than anything else. There is a slight distinction from their regular Guinness stout but it is modest.

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Photo of weeare138
3.77/5  rDev +20.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Appears a dark crimson toned red with some opaque edges. When held to the light, you can see through the glass. A large head of beige fluff never goes away and leaves scattered lacing stuck around the glass.
Smell is of fruity esters, fresh bread, caramel,a touch of roast, and cocoa, and cream.
Taste is of the mentioned aromas with vanilla, and caramel coming to mind atop a fruity, doughy base.
Mouthfeel is creamy, medium bodied, with a lighter finish that refreshes the tastebuds, and leaves me thirsting for my next sip.
I love the Samhain reference on the can. Cool stuff that I would get more of during the Autumn months.

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Photo of Bitterbill
2.62/5  rDev -16.3%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 2 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.25

Kind of strange to open a Guinness Nitro can and not seeing the pitch black Stout. Pretty brown it is with reddish highlights. The usual smooth and creamy looking head of foam.

The smell I'm getting is not unlike a Guinness Stout. Light aroma of roasted malt and nothing else.

Roasted malt in the taste too but there's more. The subtle sweetness mentioned on the can is there but I don't think it is an asset to the overall taste. I call it a distracting displeasure and makes the brew, for me, much less drinkable than the Draught Stout. Same creaminess in the mouthfeel, obviously, but bottom line, I do not see the NEED for this beer to even exist. End of my story.

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Photo of Axnjxn
2.92/5  rDev -6.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3

440ml nitro can into a snifter

dark red pour on the bottom with a whooshing beige head. quite attractive as per all nitro pours. Smell with a bit of malts.. but very weak. taste has some malts and coffee flavors but a lot of bland nothingness. very "creamy" feel. extremely light bodied and carbonation is mild.

overall it is what it is. not something youd really want to drink but not offensive either. just Meh.

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Photo of bluejacket74
3.06/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

14.9 ounce nitro-can. Served in a Guinness glass, the beer pours a clear ruby red color with about an inch off-white creamy head that lasts a very, very long time. There's also a lot of lacing. The brew smells like roasted malt and some light fruitiness. It tastes like roasted malt, light fruit, coffee and bready malt. Mouthfeel/body is light/medium, it's slick but also light and thin at the same time. It's smooth and easy enough to drink. However, I like regular Guinness a lot better. Other than the appearance, I think it's an average brew for the most part. I'll finish the 4 pack, but I wouldn't buy this again. $7.49 a 4-pack.

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Photo of Brad007
3.07/5  rDev -1.9%
look: 3.25 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.25

Saw this and had to check it out. I was wondering if it was a "white" (or more appropriately, red) stout.

Pours a dark amber with a nice, foamy head, thanks to the widget. They do serve a purpose after all.

Aroma is quite weak. Not very "stout-like" either. Still inoffensive.

Dry and malty. Chewy malt flavor. Think of a glorified red ale with a widget in the can.

FInishes dry with a decent sweet malt aftertaste.

Other than a change in hue, this is essentially Drought with sweeter, chewier malt.

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Photo of barnzy78
3.38/5  rDev +8%
look: 4.75 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.5

A - deep mahogany with a ruby tinge when held to a light. Huge creamy, cascading ivory head holds excellent retention
S - sweet malt, roasted barley, cream - all pretty minimal
T - familiar Guinness stout flavors here with roasted barley, sweet malt, faint chocolate and caramel; sweeter than their usual stout, but it seems like less flavor
M - extra smooth and creamy, but rather watery; finishes semi-dry with a faint lingering roastiness, very very easy to drink
O - I like it, but I prefer their stouts over this one. Nice to try something different from this brewer but it seems a bit gimmicky

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Photo of Darkmagus82
3.6/5  rDev +15%
look: 4 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 3.75

Poured from nitro can into a Guinness pint glass

Appearance- The beer pours a reddish tinted cola color with tons of cream colored carbonation/nitro bubbles suspended within. The bubbles can be seen cascading up through the brew, producing that wonderful look of nitro tap brew. As the carbonation/nitro streams up through the brew, it produces a wonderfully thick and creamy looking cream colored head that has a fantastic level of retention. The head very slowly fades leaving a nice level of streaky lace on the sides of the glass.

Smell – The aroma is rather light overall and consists of some caramel and a bit of roasted malt. Along with these smells are some notes of grain and a little bit of a cocoa and fruit smells.

Taste – The taste begins with a creamy roasted malt flavor and a bit of a light fruit sweetness. As the flavor moves on the sweetness initially fades with some more toasted malt flavors coming to the tongue. Flavors of toast and a bit of coffee come to the tongue more toward the end, combining with a very light resurgence of sweetness to produce and overall dry and lightly roasted flavor to linger on the tongue.

Mouthfeel – The body of the beer is on the creamier side with a carbonation/nitro level that is slightly lower. Both are what would be expected for a nitro driven brew and make for a nice creamy and smooth feel.

Overall – A decent stout, but doesn't live up to the original. It’s a bit sweeter and a bit less roasted. Still it is rather nice, none the less, and very easy drinking.

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Photo of Brenden
3.06/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3

This stout shows the same really almost beautiful cascading head effect, upon which the creamy tan cap settles somewhere around 3/4 of a finger. It doesn't keep up like the traditional, though, and for whatever reason the retention and lacing are somewhat less giving. Still, neither aspect is bad, just not up to the original standard. The beer itself is a very interesting red-brown with bright, fiery ruby highlights.
The aroma displays roasted coffee, a little less than fresh, with a tinge of char and a mineral note to it along with caramel, toast and a slight ester-y tartness of dark fruits. It could certainly use more strength, particularly for a stout, but it's not off the mark.
The taste pretty closely follows, with a little more caramel sweetness, a bit of leaf, and lots of breads along with the mineral note, which also comes out more strongly, as well as the coffee and roast of the malts.
This nitro stout tends to flatten out a little more than any other Guinness I've had, nitro or otherwise. It still has the creaminess, and it's dry, but there's not as much holding it up when the activity is lost.

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Guinness Red Harvest Stout from Guinness Ltd.
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