Total Time
5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is a sweeter berry version of the "black and tan". Goes great after a nice meal. You can put more or less frambois in depending on your preference.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 170.09 g guinness irish stout beer
  • 170.09 g bavarian raspberry beer (Lindeman's Raspberry Frambois)

Directions

  1. Pour all of your 6oz frambois into a pint glass.
  2. Using a spoon to defuse, slowly pour guinness over back of spoon. Let settle a few minutes.
  3. It takes a few tries and a steady hand to get a perfect pour, but it tastes great whether you've got the layering effect down or not.
  4. You can substitute Lindman's other flavors such as Pomme (apple), Cassis (black currant)(my second favorite), Kriek (cherry), or Peche (Peach).
  5. Also try with double chocolate stout instead of guinness.
  6. I like to use large wine glasses and layer for dinner parties. A very nice presentation for after dinner as a sort of dessert.
Most Helpful

5 5

I used double chocolate stout and the chocolate-raspberry flavor was delicious! Unless you're in the sunlight, the layering isn't as distinct as a black and tan, but the taste is 10 star!