To commemorate its 200th year of serving beer in the United States, Guinness is releasing an export stout to celebrate.
According to a label filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), the famed Irish brewery has made a beer based on old brewing logs.
The label states:
This year marks the 200th Anniversary of the first Guinness export from Ireland to the US. To commemorate this momentous occasion we brewed this beer, inspired by entries from our 1817 brewing logs. In 1817 Guinness was using black patent malt to give its stouts their deep dark black color. This new brew is complex and smooth with balance of roast and sweet chocolate.
The 6 percent ABV stout will be available in 330ml bottles. No release date has been announced.