But I bought some of that Guinness Draught in a bottle that they had those fancy ads for. It has a “rocket” widget inside it to replicate what you drink in a pub in Ireland, and which may be some trouble to get out.
The great news is that this stout is actually made in the Guinness brewery at St. James Gate in Dublin, then shipped around the world to us. I personally haven’t done a back to back test, but I am assured by others that the local concoction is a shadow of the true Irish stout.
Rather surprisingly, this bottle had the nutritional information on the side. In order to make this post educational, I will reproduce it here.
Servings per package: 1 Serving size: 330mL
|Average Quantity||Per Serving||Per 100mL|
|Protein||0.99 g||0.3 g|
|Fat||0 g||0 g|
|— sugars||0.33 g||0.1g|
|Sodium||6.6 mg||2 mg|
To give some perspective, here is the info from the apple, grapefruit & guava juice I had in the fridge, normalized to 330mL.
Normal Serving size: 200mL
|Average Quantity||Per 330mL Serving||Per 100mL|
|Protein||less than 1g||less than 1g|
|Fat||less than 1g||less than 1g|
|Carbohydrate||34.3 g||10.4 g|
|— sugars||33.7 g||10.2g|
|Sodium||13.2 mg||4 mg|
I hope you are all now suitably educated on the benefits of beer. I also bought some Little Creatures Pale Ale yesterday, but I don’t have as good a story about that.