Funny thing is, I'm not a big Guinness fan. While I like dark beer, it's a little too dark for me. However, while you're reading this, I'm in Ireland hoping to change my mind about this beer. I heard it tastes different in its native country. We'll see. And, even though I'm not a huge fan, it tastes great in this drink. It adds a little sweetness, although I had to drink it through a straw so I wasn't tasting all beer at the top. My husband, who loves Guinness, also loved these, and he definitely loved drinking the leftover Guinness. How many times can I say love in one sentence. Geez. Profound.
This is a Project Pastry Queen recipe, one that I'll be making again. Be sure to check out the webpage to see everyone's take on it. I sure hope someone else made it and loved it!
Bloody Marys Recipe
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4 cups tomato juice
Juice from 2 limes
4 shots vodka
2 teaspoons fresh or prepared horseradish
2 teaspoons worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon celery salt
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
Coarse salt for the glass rims
1 can (12 ounces) ice cold draft Guinness
Celery, limes, or green olives for garnish
Combine the tomato juice, lime juice, vodka, horseradish, worcestershire, celery salt, hot sauce (to taste), and salt/pepper (to taste) in a large pitcher filled with ice. Wet the rims of 4 glasses with water and dip them in a bowl of coarse salt. Divide the tomato juice mixture evenly among the glasses. Pour 3 ounces of the Guinness on the top of each glass and serve immediately with the garnishes of your choosing.
Source: The Pastry Queen Cookbook