Occasions encourage consumers to pick up on products that fit the day, spelling good news for all Irish products on St Patrick’s Day.
By the time the middle of the university semester comes around, students are more than ready for a night where they can let go and forget about the worries of assignments or exams.
BIGGER isn’t always better, but larger pack formats increasingly appeal to shoppers in the convenience channel.
THE off trade has thrived during the pandemic, as local convenience stores plugged the hospitality-shaped gap created by Covid restrictions.
Fans of Ireland’s most famous stout can now pick up an ABV-free version of Guinness.
GINSTERS has joined forces with Irish stout brand Guinness to launch a new steak slice variant.
Unfortunately for on-trade operators, stout fans craving their next pint of Guinness will need to be patient, as Covid-19 restrictions are unlikely to be lifted any time soon
Guinness has got in on the alcohol-free game with the launch of Guinness 0.0
The tournament will be known as the Guinness Six Nations from this year
RESPONDING to the ongoing demand for craft beers, Guinness has added two new products to its portfolio.
GUINNESS has got its old look back thanks to the launch of two limited-edition can designs.
THE beer category as a whole is currently in decline in Scotland, but where there is growth it is being driven by premium segments,...
The Brewers Project range from Guinness is expanding with the launch of Guinness Rye Pale Ale, the latest beer from St. James’s Gate, Dublin. Nick...
THE craft lager from Guinness, Hop House 13, has introduced two new packs. The 12-pack of 330ml bottles and a 650ml sharing bottle join the...
AHEAD of summer 2016, Guinness has launched a TV ad to promote Hop House 13 Lager, the latest product in its Brewers Project series. The...
IN the lead up and throughout the Christmas period, shoppers often look for items to create a special at-home occasion and are more likely...
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