The eight finalists during the Guinness Perfect Pour Finale event at The Square, Publika
Excitement was at its peak as GUINNESS, Malaysia’s favourite stout, announced the winners of its Perfect Pour contest, today. Over the past month, trainers from the HEINEKEN Malaysia Star Academy have travelled the length and breadth of the country, teaching hundreds of bartenders the methods to pouring a great pint of GUINNESS. Continue reading →
Plenty of prizes are on offer for guests at GUINNESS St Patrick’s events
GUINNESS ‘paints the town green’ for St. Patrick’s, transforming bars across Malaysia into ‘Irish Pubs’ for the month of March; 10,000 GUINNESS up for grabs for you and your friends to get you into the St. Patrick’s mood.
Heineken Malaysia has revealed the winners of the inaugural Guinness Perfect Pour contest, at a prize-giving session at The Tavern, Sungei Way brewery. The winners, representing four regions in Malaysia – Central, North, South, and East Malaysia – faced stiff competition from more than 1,000 entrants across the country in search of the perfectly-poured pint of Guinness.
The future’s bright for Malaysian beer lovers – Guinness, Malaysia’s favourite black brew, has launched a brand new stout especially for the Malaysian market: Guinness Bright. A smooth and fresh stout infused with invigorating coffee, ginger, and lemongrass extracts, Guinness Bright is stout as you’ve never seen it before. Continue reading →
The American Rejects in the act of not being rejected
The G-Team had their yearly BIG BANG Party and this time the venue was none other than the Sepang International Circuit. In celebration of Arthur’s Day, this year Five For Fighting, The American Rejects and The Wanted were the featured groups. Approximately, 2000 people made their way and join in the fun together with Guinness.
As compared to previous years whereby the usual venue was located in Sunway Amphitheatre, it often caused massive jam along the Federal Highway. This year’s venue was great as it greatly helped to ease traffic congestion on a Friday and also there were ample of parking spaces available in Sepang.
The crowd went wild whereby participants drank and party to the rhythms of the bands. Sadly, we couldn’t celebrate and have fun drinking and dancing to the rhythm of the party as the beer sections were located far away from the main stage area and drinks could not be brought out of the beer section. The party could had been more upbeat and livelier with the celebrated Guinness at arms.
We would have love to be able to easily get the drinks and party at the same time. Compare to our experiences at the Arthurs Day’s 2011 with Tao Cruz at the race course. There were many drink stalls and tables for the audience. We could easily buy drinks and enjoy the concert. Without having to walk a distance away.
The plus point for the night was Guinness never tasted “sweeter” and fresher after having to run to the stalls to get new rounds to celebrate after every gig. For this, CHEERS TO AUTHUR! 🙂
2 Balls are always better than 1. 2 Arthurs!!!!!
At one point during the American Reject’s performances, 2 big balls were throw out onto the audience. Everyone was delighted and got involved in the act. It was fun and delightful to be part of the crowd. Metaphorically we were rejecting the 2 big balls of conformity. “We don’t want to conform. We are all rejects. Be gone Evil.”. At that point we might have had quite a few drinks. But Let’s just say the “Holy Spirit” was with us.:o)
In our humble opinion, we really loved American Rejects and Five For Fighting. Guinness made a good selection with these 2 groups. However they should have been the last 2 acts for the night. At midnight, after American Rejects gig, a big school of the ‘older’ generation just turn around and called it a night. Oh no! It appears that The Wanted wasn’t that wanted. Just kidding! It was obviously clear that Guinness was trying to create an awareness with the younger crowd through The Wanted. Hence, saving The Wanted as the last act.
By the time we reach the drinking area some of us felt a little sober. This potentially could be part of Guinness efforts to drive the DS (Drink Sensibly) campaign and for participants to go home safe.
Arthur’s Dayis back and is set to be bigger, better and certainly bolder! This year, the global celebration returns to Malaysian shores with 3 bold international acts who are set to rock the main stage on 27th September 2013. This Arthur’s Day is the 5th annual global celebration ‘To Arthur’ which will be held at the Sepang International Circuit, Welcome Centre.
The international Artists are Five For Fighting, The American Rejects and The Wanted.
The GG-Team will be looking forward to a fun filled concert event this September 27th 2013 at Sepang. Our favourites are Five For Fighitng and The American Rejects. We are really looking forward to the fresh and tasty Guinness. Seems to us, the brew is always tastier and fresher at events like this.