The two-weekend-long festival will bring Guinness lovers a sensorial experience to discover the taste of the world’s number one stout, alongside entertainment and exclusive Guinness-infused food varieties. Visit www.houseofguinness.my to find out more.
5th November 2022, KUALA LUMPUR – Guinness Malaysia revolutionised consumer experience with the launch of House of Guinness in July, an avenue for fans to discover the innovation of Guinness Draught in a Can. In conjunction with the International Stout Day celebration this year, the brand is bringing the House of Guinness back, and this time with the concept of #ItIsAMatterOfTaste, highlighting Guinness products and the magic behind them.
Fans who sign up for the experience at www.houseofguinness.my are in for a treat as they get to redeem complimentary Guinness and exclusive merchandise at the festival happening at Piazza, Pavilion Bukit Jalil on the weekends of 5th and 6th November as well as 12th and 13th November.
Guinness lovers experienced the first sip of the exclusive Guinness product, Guinness Draught in a Can in March, which is now available for purchase in Malaysia at selected 7-Eleven and premium outlets, and on Drinkies.
26th April 2022, KUALA LUMPUR – The St. Patrick’s cheer was at an all-time high throughout the month of March for Guinness lovers. One of the highlights was the Guinness St. Patrick’s AR Filter where groups of fans shared selfie collages of themselves and their mates on Instagram stories. Eight lucky winners were able to snag the grand prize of an all-expenses-paid trip to One & Only Desaru Coast, meanwhile, 80 selected fans were able to get their hands on the Guinness Home Party Kit that included samples of Guinness Draught in a Can, making them among the first Malaysians to try it.
KUALA LUMPUR, 8th March 2022 – After two long years and many missed celebrations, the Guinness St. Patrick’s Festival 2022 signals the return of good times. Most importantly, it means finally being able to get the gang back together and celebrating in true St. Patrick’s spirit.
The St. Patrick’s celebration has long been a significant one for both Guinness and fans alike. It is a time when people get together to celebrate with their friends. This is why Guinness is rewarding fans who get the gang back together with exciting activities in conjunction with the St. Patrick’s celebration. For starters, Guinness fans can express their different personas in unique ways with the Guinness St. Patrick’s AR Filter and stand to win attractive prizes weekly. All they have to do is visit https://guinnessstpatricks.com/, select the number of people in their gang, share the QR code or invite link to take a selfie, and generate a photo collage to be posted on Instagram stories.
Guinness adds a dash of magic to the festive season by inviting fans to celebrate time together with loved ones, just like it was before.
KUALA LUMPUR, 9th December 2021: Christmas celebrations for the past two years have been rather different for everyone. While the tradition of sharing gifts and love lived on despite being far away from one another, there is nothing quite like the spirit of celebrating the festive season and being merry in the presence of our loved ones.
Guinness lovers can now pick up a Guinness Draught as their first drink and enjoy its perfectly smooth and creamy taste, fresh from the keg, whenever they are ready to visit outlets near them.
KUALA LUMPUR, 7th October 2021: Malaysians have been through an overwhelming situation in the past year. All their favourite spots to have a fresh Guinness Draught were closed for months and they have missed the smooth and creamy taste of Malaysia’s favourite stout1. Now that patrons are finally allowed to dine-in, Guinness lovers can see a silver lining as their wait to enjoy a glass of Guinness on tap has come to an end. Continue reading →
[Klang Valley] BBQ Platter – Makhan by Kitchen Mafia
Celebrate the missed occasions with Guinness during the month-long St. Patrick’s celebration.
KUALA LUMPUR, 4th March 2021: The past year has been very overwhelming, many people missed many different celebrations. Be it birthdays, wedding anniversaries, Valentine’s Day, graduation ceremonies, or even just gatherings with friends, Malaysians are longing to bring back the missed fun and be part of a celebratory ambiance again. With that notion in mind, Guinness wants to spark little sips of optimism and give everyone a chance to celebrate all last year’s missed occasions this St. Patrick’s month.
Guinness launches three exclusive Christmas Gift Sets on Drinkies.my, packed full of festive goodies. Still didn’t get what you want this Christmas? Join the Guinness Gift Exchange and swap your disappointing gifts for something better!
Fed up with not getting presents you actually like at Christmas? Get what you really want this year with Guinness, Malaysia’s Favourite Stout1! Whether you’re searching for the perfect gift for that special someone – or just feel like treating yourself this festive season – you can’t go wrong with a limited-edition Guinness Christmas Gift Set.Continue reading →
KUALA LUMPUR, 11th March 2020: If the Irish are known for one thing, it’s that they know how to throw a celebration. From big events to the smallest of reasons, the Irish will always find an excuse to celebrate. It’s March, and that means it’s time for the biggest Irish celebration of them all, St. Patricks! That’s why Guinness, Ireland and Malaysia’s No. 1 stout, is giving Malaysian drinkers 10,000 reasons to celebrate this month.
Paneer roasting on the grill from Chef Sapna Anand of GOA by Sapna
Guinness Flavour by Fire festival celebrates all things roasted, grilled and BBQ’d; thousands of foodies turn up to feast on specially-curated dishes paired with cold, smooth Guinness Draught.
Fire is a force with an awesome transformative power. When it comes to food, fire is what turns simple raw ingredients into mouth-watering meals. Guinness, Malaysia’s No. 1 Stout1, understands this better than anyone – the barley used to brew Guinness is roasted at exactly 232° Celsius, which gives the beer its distinctive dark colour and delicious roasted flavour notes.
Have you ever realised that we spend more time with our colleagues than our family or friends? Eight hours a day, five days a week – and yet, most of us don’t know each other as well as we’d like. In a recent survey commissioned by Guinness, Malaysia’s favourite stout1, more than 85% of young working adults said they’d like to get to know their colleagues and friends better – and Guinness has the solution with the launch of ‘Guinness Time’. Continue reading →