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How About An Ice Cold Stout?

Never, right? You’d quickly be on your way out of a pub if that was all they served. Thanks to Guinness Storehouse’s great ‘infotainment’ experience, millions of people the world over now know that the proper serving temperature of stout is 6-7 degrees centigrade. Cooler than room temperature, but never ice cold. With ‘Irish Pubs’ being a popular export to places as far flung as Siberia and Mongolia, there is a…

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