Yuengling Black and Tan

Type: Black & Tan
  • Brewed by: Yuengling
  • Additional beer information
  • Region Available: East Coast
  • Aroma: Malty
  • Aroma Description: Light
  • Serve at Temperature: Ice Cold
  • Container: Shaker Pints and Tumblers
  • Website: www.yuengling.com
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  • 04.50% 
  • 1800/3686 
Commercial Description

Black & Tan was originally introduced by combining our Porter and Chesterfield Ale. This was called Half and Half. Around 1986 our Brewmaster felt that 60% Porter and 40% Premium was a much better blend and started producing Black & Tan.

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  • Mar 2, 2011
    madcaddie_foley (37)Rank: Beer NoviceGroup: Georgia Guzzlers
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    I'm not really sure what they were trying to accomplish with this beer.. If they are trying to pay homage to the classic Bass and Guinness combination or if it's supposed to be competing against it either way it fails. Most of the fun in the B&T is the fact that the beers stay separated (if poured correctly). And this just doesn't cut the mustard. It's not smooth as it should be and the flavours as a whole seem to be off. If you want a B&T go to a "reputable" Irish pub and get one this is no substitute. This beer is average on a good day...