psu_dad wrote:Not all dark beers are the same. Many years ago I got to spend a week in Germany and I really enjoyed the Schwarzbier (a very dark lager). I was there in the Summer and it was a great warm weather beer ... moderate ABV and lighter in body than you might expect. It looked like a stout, but it didn't drink like one.
Doesn't seem to be a hugely popular type of beer in the U.S. Sam Adams makes a very respectable black lager and Guinness makes one that is just so-so.
Yuengling make a great dark beer called Black and Tan. It is fantastic