Black and Tan

Served in British pubs for more than a century, the Black and Tan is made up of a layering of stout resting on top of a denser ale. The proportion is often 50-50, but a ration of 9 fl. oz. ale to 7 fl. oz. stout looks and tastes better in a pint glass.
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October 8, 2011
For a proper blank and tan, do not chill the glasses, leave them at room temp. Then pour your half pint of stout first, then tip the glass to 45 degrees and *gently* pour the ale in along the side of the glass, slowly bringing the glass back to level as it fills.
The heavier/denser ale will pour through the stout, floating it to the top. The finished product should only have a minimal head.