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A traditionally crafted Stout with a contemporary London feel. Stout is often thought of as an Irish drink but many would argue its true roots are in middle class 18th century London. William Hogarth, the great English painter and satirist, depicted alcoholic spirits (such as gin) as the ruin of health and society, and beers (like stout) as the healthy alternative! For the discerning drinker who knows that Young’s beers are best in class for taste and quality, this rich dark brew is synonymous with the history of London itself and quite different from the more ubiquitous beers sold under the stout genre! So, have you ever had a London Stout? @allischaaff @marshalledgar @alywoah And of course, I want everyone else to share their answer with me :)
DOooo it dude. and then tag me lol
I'm gonna buy one next week, take a picture of it, enjoy it and than write a card about it haha @alywoah
I've never heard of Ghost Ship...ahh! :-/
I actually do like (and prefer) dark beer -- that much i know!!! @rodiziketan
haha, I totally get you. I don't know a lot about beer either, unless we're talking about Belgium and English beer :) Well, if you ever get a chance, and if you like dark beer, go for it. @alywoah
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