A classic Irish stout with a distinctly Belgian twist."
Guinness Special Export was, you guessed it, specially exported to Belgium in the 1940s and was the first Guinness beer to be served in Belgium after World War 2.
Strong, complex and rich alcohol mixed with sweetness and malty-biscuit notes
Very dark, almost completely black
Full body, mouth coating alcoholic yet very smooth with some sweetness and a lingering bitter aftertaste