My bar is considering a change from Guinness to a different stout. Mostly because the distribution company here is pissing off the owner with a bad record of bad reps and an increase in price on Guinness. We used to sell them in the proper 20oz glass, but price increases have forced that price up to a point where we don't feel comfortable charging it. So, we wanted to pour them into a 16 oz Guinness glass, which we have been told (and it's a bold face lie) that they do not make. So, what would be a solid substitute for Guinness? Beamish is the first thing that pops into my head. I don't think we want to go with any of the chocolate stouts or milk stouts or anything. Just a good old fashioned, regular stout. Maybe some sort of imperial, but definitely not a flavored stout. Also has to be available in Maryland and run on a nitrogen/mixed gas line. We have a 2nd nitro line that carries a rotating beer. Right now, we have the Left Hand Milk Stout on that, but that is nowhere near the brand named selling power of Guinness.