In Ireland, a traditional Half and Half consists of half warm or room temperature Guinness and half chilled Guinness. In the early days, refrigeration was of course unavailable. As refrigeration came into existence in the 20th century, it was found that a mixture of the two temperatures created the perfect drinking temperature for Guinness. Most Guinness poured in Ireland is served at about this temperature, roughly 44 degrees Fahrenheit (6° Celsius). In the United States, Half and Half consists of Harp's Lager topped with Guinness. Half and half implies that both ales come from the Guinness Brewery.
Half Guinness and Half Honey Brown.
Black and White
Stout with any light colored beer.
Black and Blue
Stout with Blue MoonBelgian White, or stout and blueberry ale, Guinness and Pabst Blue Ribbon, Guinness and Labatt Blue. Typically, this refers to any variation of stout coupled with blueberry-flavored ales or brands with the name "Blue" in them.
Black & Sam
Guinness stout and Samuel Adams Boston Lager (also called a Patriot Pint or Boston Half and Half)
Black & Cherry
Guinness stout and Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat
Black and Orange
Stout and pumpkin ale (Also known as a "Black & Blumpkin", or a "Black-O-Blumpkin", also called a Stumpkin in some circles)
Black Sap or Black Jap or Black Nip
Stout and Sapporo
All Irish Black & Tan a.k.a. Pint of Special a.k.a Blacksmith Guinness Stout and Smithwick's Irish Ale
Pint of Special or sometimes called a 99
Similar to the all Irish Black and Tan served mostly in the west of Ireland. Made with more than 75% Smithwick's topped up with a Guinness head
Black and Red
Guinness and Killians Irish Red Lager.
Old Dirty Englishman aka Tetness
Half Guinness and half Tetley's
Half Guinness and half Boddington's Ale
Sweet Black and Tan (Scottish)
Sweetheart Stout and any light ale (i.e. 60 shilling)
Philadelphia Black & Tan
Half Guinness and half Yuengling Lager
Black & Gold
Half Guinness Stout and half hard cider (e.g., Magners or Woodchuck). Sometimes incorrectly referred to as a snakebite, which is actually a mixture of half lager and half cider. When made specifically with Woodchuck Cider it is also called a Stout Woody and a Black Chuck
Black Christmas (or Kwanzaa)
Guinness draught over Christmas Ale.
Black & Red
Half chocolate stout over half raspberry or cherry lambic Black & Red or Jamacian Black & Tan
Half Guinness and half Red Stripe
Half Guinness and half Hoegaarden.
Thistle & Shamrock
Beamish & McEwan's
Half Guinness and half Budweiser or Miller.
Half Guinness and half Molson Canadian
Half Guinness and half Newcastle Brown Ale
Half Guinness and half any Mexican beer (Corona, Pacifico, Dos Equis, Negro Modelo)
Half Guinness and half New Belgium Fat Tire
Any Irish stout atop any Irish red ale. The name is a reference to the anarchist-syndicalist flag, which is black and red.
The Greatness : Half Guinness and Half Great White. (Great White is from Lost Coast Brewery in Eureka, Ca.)
Half Guinness and Half Blue Moon
Half Guinness and St Pauli Girl
Part Guinness and part Tetley's and part Starbucks Coffee Liqueur. Be careful; this one stings a bit!