Murphy’s Irish Stout

$3.75 for the “draft style” can at Taco Mac, Douglasville, GA, USA. Brewed in England under license from Murphy’s. Imported to the USA. Good clean looking appearance with a nice “lace” aka “a nitro foam head that sticks to the...

Tetley’s English Ale

$5.99, four-pack, Corks, Marietta/Smyrna, GA. It looks good and you can drink a lot of this stuff, but the nitro cans (smoothflow) are simply a pale shadow of real Tetley’s. I am biased, because after you drunk the real stuff only yards from the brewery in Leeds...

Abbot Ale

Another example of a super keg beer being completely neutralized by putting in a nitro-can. The stuff in the can is virtually unrecognizable in experience to the original, which in this case is a step back. OK – what can you say about these nitro brews? They all...

Wexford Irish Cream Ale

The points for appearance, mouthfeel and drinkability (all 4.0) for this brew are almost always the same for these “creamy” nitro-can ales. Unfortunately they are becoming increasingly difficult to distinguish between, and are becomingly increasingly bland...

Boddingtons Pub Ale

$7.09 for 4 pack Publix supermarket, Carrollton, GA. Pours a pale orange color with a somewhat transparent look. The head works very well in the nitro can, being produced consistently and instantly. It remains in the glass all the way to the bottom of the beer and...