At the point when the Belgian brewing industry was experiencing the effect of World War II, John Martin made Guinness Antwerpen. It was first imported to Belgium in 1944 and thankfully managed to endure the war. From that point forward it has gotten a searched after strength beer. The rich, smoky, malty taste is offset with a sweet, fruity completion. What's more, although light and velvety in surface, it's still undeniably part of the Guinness family.


"Guinness Antwerpen is an overcomer of World War II. First imported to Belgium in 1944, to this day it stays a searched after forte beer."

Guinness Antwerpen has a light and rich surface. It's delivered with a lower hop rate to give it a malty taste that's less bitter than other stouts. Traces of vanilla, butterscotch and dark fruity flavors convey a sweet completion.

  • Alcohol By Volume (ABV)
  • SRM Color Scale
    40 - 40
  • International Bitterness Units (IBUs)
Food Pairings
  • Cheese
    Blue Cheese, Dubliner Cheddar
  • Entrée
    Pork Tenderloin, Lobster, Oysters
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