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Ginsters steak & Guinness

Ginsters adds a bit of Irish flavour

GINSTERS has joined forces with Irish stout brand Guinness to launch a new steak slice variant.

Pints on hold for Paddy’s day

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
Alcohol free Guinness cans

Diageo launches new alcohol-free Guinness

Guinness has got in on the alcohol-free game with the launch of Guinness 0.0

Guinness sponsors Six Nations

The tournament will be known as the Guinness Six Nations from this year
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Guinness gets crafty

RESPONDING to the ongoing demand for craft beers, Guinness has added two new products to its portfolio.

Vintage look

GUINNESS has got its old look back thanks to the launch of two limited-edition can designs.

Mark of quality

THE beer category as a whole is currently in decline in Scotland, but where there is growth it is being driven by premium segments,...

Project produces rye pale ale

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...

Packing them in

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...

First sip on screen

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...

Top-up takes a lead

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...
Duracell

First time for power sponsor

DURACELL has become an official tournament provider for Rugby World Cup 2015. The battery brand’s business leader for the UK and the Republic of Ireland...
Guinness Original

Bottling the XX factor

Guinness Original goes back to the future to catch history fans IT was a case of returning to its roots for Guinness Original when...
Innis & Gunn

Scotland’s most valuable off-trade beer brands

Beer holds up DOES beer form the bedrock of Scottish off-trade sales? It did at one time but those days have gone. Last year wasn’t...
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Porter’s return

IRISH author Flann O’Brien’s most famous novel includes a poem called The Workman’s Friend. In it an ordinary man says that when dealing with...

Drinks making their mark

CHEERING news for retailers: HIM research shows 90% of consumers would consider buying price-marked spirits. With that in mind, last year Diageo introduced PMPs...

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