A classic Irish pub drink is the inspiration for these two-toned brownies.
If you're planning to lift a pint to the Emerald Isle on March 17, it will likely be a pint of Guinness.The malty thick stout is the unofficial beverage of Ireland, and rightfully so. For more than two centuries, Guinness has been made in Dublin at the largest brewery in Ireland, and the frothy bitter stout is served by the keg in pubs across the country to a legion of loving fans.
Most Guinness lovers are famiiiar with the popular Black and Tan—which in Ireland is typically prepared by topping a half-pint of Smithwick's—a lighter pale ale—with a half-pint of Guinness Draught. Here, those same flavors shine in a decadently good two-toned brownie—a nod to one of Ireland's favorite and most famous institutions. Serve it as dessert after a St. Paddy's Day meal of corned beef and cabbage or Irish Stew.
Creamy stout Guinness beer stars in this chewy rich brownie.