Spotlight On: Guinness

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Cheers to Ireland's Beer Pioneer

When it comes to brewing, Guinness has been at the forefront of innovation for centuries. It all started in Dublin's St. James's Gate in 1759 when Arthur Guinness kicked off more than 260 years of incredible craftsmanship, perfecting bold and flavourful beers like the iconic Guinness Draught Stout. Through the years, the state-of-the-art brewery has earned a reputation for its unrelenting inventiveness, from creating their famous widget for cans to keep the beer inside smooth and creamy, to experimenting with exciting new beers that are beloved in over 160 countries.


Shop these Guinness beers

Guinness Draught 4-Pack

This beloved beer is defined by its dark ruby red colour, creamy white head and velvety character. It's full-bodied and bold with rich coffee, toasted malt and hoppy flavours and a delicate touch of bitterness.

Buy Guinness Draught

Guinness Hop House 13+

Brewed using Guinness yeast and Irish-grown barley, this lager has aromas of citrus and malt, with flavours of grapefruit, apricot, cereal and a hint of caramel. Try it with cheese or spicy chicken wings.

Buy Guinness Hop House

Guinness American Blonde

Breaking from tradition, Guinness created this American-styled blonde. Expect a fruity and malty brew with a medium body, notes of pine and honey and soft carbonation.

Buy Guinness American Blonde

Guinness Draught

If you're new to Guinness and want to give it a try, pick up a single can of the distinctively dark beer with the unmistakably creamy head. Watch our video below for tips on how to pour it.

Buy Guinness in a single can

Guinness St. Patrick's Day Kit

Raise a glass on March 17 with this special offer for celebrating at home. Includes an assortment of Guinness brews, a chalice, pint hat and party beads.

Buy Guinness St. Patrick's Day Online Exclusive

Guinness Draught 8-Pack

This 8-pack of the famous ruby red brew is perfect for the Guinness fan looking to stock the fridge.

Buy Guinness 8-Pack

Try Guinness in cocktails and recipes

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Seared Beef Tenderloin with Spiced Guinness Reduction

Guinness adds richness to this hearty beef dish.

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Black and Tan

Top your favourite pale ale with Guinness Draught to make this popular beer cocktail.

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Stout and Salty Caramel Sauce

Guinness lends coffee and toasty malt flavours to this decadent salted caramel sauce.


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Discover more must-try Irish beers

Smithwick's Ale

This famous Irish red ale has a nice balance of sweet caramel and malty flavours alongside light bitter hops. Pair it with bold, smoky barbecue dishes or well-seasoned pub fare.

Buy Smithwick's Ale

Harp

A crisp, smooth lager with grainy aromas and a hoppy finish, this Irish gem is a great match for potato dishes.

Buy Harp

Kilkenny Irish Ale

A classic Irish ale from the makers of Guinness, it's malty and fresh with creamy notes of light coffee, raisin and plum.

Buy Kilkenny Irish Ale

Join us for an Irish Discovery virtual tasting

A proud son of Ireland, star-tender Jack McGarry (proprietor of legendary bar The Dead Rabbit NYC and an International Bartender of the Year) guides you on a tour of some famous, and lesser-known, Irish tipples. From Guinness stout and Irish whiskey to craft gin plus lively lager and ale, find out how to mix, serve and enjoy them, along with a feast of Irish-inspired food for pairing.

March 17, 2021
7 PM