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Pour the stout and champagne into a pint glass and serve.
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on March 16, 2010
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this is really really tasty!!!!! i tried 1/2-1/2 but i added a little less stout on the ones that followed!
Fort Myers, FL
on February 28, 2007
My neighbor in Coton, England introduced me to this lovely drink. I've since served it to friends and relatives here in the States. A 50:50 mixture is only for the stout of heart (i.e, you need to like beer at least. Less stout will appeal to the more timid. My husband and I love it.
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