Guinness is actually red.
Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock Hold your glass up to the light and you’ll see The Black Stuff is actually a deep ruby red. The company attributes this in part to the roasting of malted barley during preparation. (If that blows your mind, don’t even get us started on these widespread food and drink myths that need to die.)
You’re wasting Guinness if you have a mustache.
Food and Drink/REX/Shutterstock According to a 2000 U.K. survey, Guinness drinkers with mustaches trap an estimated 162,719 pints of beer in their facial fur every year (each of them effectively paying a “mustache tax” of £4.58 per annum).