The calendar doesn't say so officially, but when it flips to March we all know it’s Guinness time! The dark, comforting beer with its signature sweet-bitter balance and velvety foam is a beloved brew for winter months. Now, the Irish brewery brings together two favourite flavours — beer and coffee — with the launch of Guinness Nitro Cold Brew Coffee Beer. Its rich espresso, chocolate, and caramel notes make it a brilliant partner for weekend brunch, lunch or dinner.
This kind of innovation is exactly what we’ve come to expect from a brewery that’s been pushing boundaries since it was founded in Dublin by Arthur Guiness over 200 years ago. And whether you’re a caffeine connoisseur or not, rest assured there are plenty more delicious offerings in the Guinness portfolio. Call it the luck of the Irish!
All the creamy texture you expect from Guinness with even more roasted-coffee kick. Sip straight out of the can or savour from a glass to maximize the experience.
A delicate whisper of bitterness rounds out the boldness of toasted malt and hops in this iconic beer.
With its mahogany colour and creamy white foam, this full-bodied beer is bold and hardy on the palate.
Guinness is best enjoyed with a hard pour that allows its classic texture and flavours of roasted coffee and toasted hops to shine.
The quintessential Irish ale, Kilkenny offers aromas both fresh and malty, followed by cozy flavours of light coffee, raisin, and plum.
This Irish ale cleanses the palate with its refreshing carbonation and hints of sweet and malty caramel that finish with light hops tones.
Harp's golden colour hints of lighter, mild grain aromas and a hint of vanilla with a crisp finish.
This fruity lager (think: grapefruit and apricot) is a balanced beer that gets its distinct character from Guinness yeast and Irish-grown barley.
Flavours of pine and honey settle in after you've enjoyed aromas as diverse as cereal, malt, banana, and citrus in this Baltimore-brewed lager.
The original recipe, Extra Stout is sharp and crisp with the trademark Guinness coffee and chocolate flavours at its core.
This crowd-pleasing roast is glazed with a mixture of Guinness, treacle and malt vinegar.