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Snuff and beer

Evening all. Whilst I like Guinness and Toque Lime Toast, I don't like both at the same time. I'm guessing the Lime Toast might go better with a wheat beer, and the Guinness with a dark snuff or toasted snuff. What are your snuff/beer combinations?
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  • IPA with o&g.
  • Interesting; at this minute it's Guinness with O&G.
  • Bishops' finger and thrice brewed at the min.very nice. :D
  • A fine beverage, and a snuff I will have to have a bash at.
  • R25R25 Member
    Sneck Lifter and berwick Brown or Earl Grey and SP Extra.
  • Snuff with Beer ... Any will do me ...
  • McChrystals Hopfensnuif for me with a good pilsner on a hot afternoon is a good treat.....
  • I go through piles of Viking Dark and/or Toque Natural Toast with my Canadian Ale.
  • I saw the thread title and just thought "yes please" :D
  • St Casura is a great beer snuff.
  • Trice brewed and a decent English beer such as 6X ,,,, great combo
  • Or thrice brewed with Batemans XXXB! That must be fate.
  • Kendal brown, Berwick brown, SPs, plain snuffs ... even the less potent/pungeant florals such as Ambassador work well with ales. Lager is different as it doesn't have the strength of taste to me, though something like Viking Brown or Blonde is OK, or a nice SP and WoS Thyme and Lemon works well with lager (fizzy beer) too
  • I generally steer clear of fruit-scented snuffs when drinking, with the exception of my fave rave FC Bayern, which in any case is very "general" in it's fruitiness. Just happens to be the snuff that travels everywhere with me. I don't drink lager unless one is referring to European bottled beer, so for me it's usually a well-hopped real ale which I find SP's and plain dark snuffs work best with for me.
  • Oh yeah - this is my 'local':

    http://www.blackcountryarms.co.uk/

    Looking forward to Itchen Valley's "Belgarum" coming on - McChrystal's S'nuff and Bouquet/Golden Pinch go particularly well with this IMHO.
  • chrischris Member
    @Vostok - to quote Monty Python - "you lucky, lucky, b^^^^^d." What a selection of beers and some of them only £2.30 a pint in the afternoon and early evening. There are pubs in London where you would pay twice that for not very good beer.

    Enjoy your beer and snuff
  • OzzyOzzOzzyOzz Member
    edited June 2014 PM
    I am liking Corona beer with some Toque lime
  • Having a San Mig and some WoS Best SP. Will move onto the St.Casura later on, perhaps when I hit the vodka.
  • Viking Dark and Guinness hitting the mark.
  • While I usually prefer a whiskey, scotch, or bourbon; I do like a nice dark porter with a sweet scotch or a black IPA with a snuff with citrus notes.
  • nicmizernicmizer Member
    edited July 25 PM
    Guinness stout is available in a number of variants and strengths, which include: . Guinness Draught , sold in kegs, widget cans, and bottles: 4.1 to 4.3% alochol by volume (ABV); the Extra Cold is served through a super cooler at 3.5
  • Bira White with a Madras snuff or an Indian white.
  • Michelob Dark, with pretty much any plain Snuff, Also just about any good Brown Ale.  G'Day
    If It Ain't Broke Don't Fix It!
  • moemojomoemojo Member
    Last night I was enjoying Manhattans with Sam Gawith Black Rappee.
  • n9inchnailsn9inchnails Moderator
    I enjoy an IPA with St. Casura in the nose, problem is St Casura is no longer made :((
  • ar47ar47 Member
    Toque Lavender and Bells Oberon working well together here
  • I like dental scotch with a light beer, usually a miller or bud.
  • SG Black Rappee with Guinness.
  • MrSnuffMrSnuff Administrator
    McChrystal's Hopfenschnupf (or Keg I think it is now - can't get used to the crappy new names) was originally made for someone in Germany for OktoberFest. It lives on.

    It is brilliant with stronger tasting beers: a good high IBU IPA or solid Porter.

    Alone I don't rate it highly, but paired it is tough to beat.

    dave

  • ChapmanChapman Member
    edited August 28 PM
    Lundy Foot and Heady Topper, I think Im in heaven. Just got off of work after a 24 hour shift cleaning pipelines, and I cant think of a better way to relax. One of the most high quality snuffs I have tried, with a nice nicotine hit, mixed with the ultimate hoppy beer.
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