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  • Brittany Arvizu

    Could I use it to layer mixed drinks too?

  • Rachelle Drapeau-Anderson

    Impress your friends with your bartending skills by pouring them a black-and-tan fit for a commercial! Combine your favorite stout or porter and pale ale and enjoy two great beers in one glass. Simply half-fill a standard pint glass with the pale ale, place the Turtle on the rim of the glass, then gradually pour the stout or porter over the Turtle’s back to form the top layer. Experimentation is essential.

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