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Default Black and Tan (beer drink)

A friend gave me a little bar toy to keep the dark and lighter beers of a Black and Tan separated.

You pour the lighter beer in first (I got a new amber ale from western Mass.), then put the turtle over the glass, then pour in the Guiness.

Perfect!

Next time I'll get a lighter ale, like Bass, so the contrast is greater.

Lee
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