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stout

(stowt) [O.Fr. estout, bold]
Having a bulky body.
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London, May 30 ( ANI ): In a new study, mathematicians claim to have solved the mystery of why bubbles in stout beers such as Guinness sink - it may simply be down to the glass.
"I wanted to do something for the Children's Heart Unit Fund to support the Freeman and show my gratitude to the staff at the unit for all they have done for me - which is why the stout beer festival has been organised." Katy was born with only one kidney, a missing radius and thumb to her right arm, a heart murmur which was undiagnosed until she was six weeks and an abnormal neck vertebrae which was undiagnosed until she was 15.
AP--The maker of Guinness, the black stout beer synonymous with Ireland, announced plans last week to close its brewery in England, its oldest outside this country.
Businessman Martyn Lewis has been brewing his own beer for over 20 years and began making larger batches of his distinctive bitter, mild and stout beer in a converted barn at his home in Talwrn near Llangefni.
The Do-Si-Do oatmeal cookies could also go well with an oatmeal stout beer.
The London Taxi Company has a strong history in all of these areas, having previously granted licences as diverse as Disney Pixar for inclusion of their IP in the Cars franchise and Fullers for their Black Cab stout beer.
This weekend her parents Tracy, 45, John, 56, and brother Stuart, 22, have organised a stout beer festival at the Beamish Mary Inn, Stanley, to mark Katy's 21st and raise funds for the region's children's heart unit which is credited with saving her.
Throughout summer, 2011, guests were able to open meals with an appetizer of Ale House Shrimp and Chips (beer-battered broccoli, peppers and shrimp over home-style chips with Cucumber-Wasabi Ranch Dip and a Stout Beer Remoulade).