Now you can enjoy the perfect pub pint at home from a can thanks to the ingenious widget that won a Queen's Award for Technological Advancement in 1991 and has delighted customers ever since. The 'widget' is actually a plastic moulded device that sits at the bottom of a can until it's opened and then releases a little beer and nitrogen, forcing a surge of bubbles that settle to form the tight white head - in short, the perfect pint at home. Guinness Draught in cans is best served straight from the fridge.
Guinness Foreign Extra Stout captures our gift to the world: deep, rich and satisfying beer. Originally brewed in Dublin and first exported in 1802 it's been brewed locally throughout Asia, Africa and the Caribbean since the 1960s. Here, it's the undisputed Guinness beer of choice. Today, Guinness Foreign Extra Stout is a Guinness world-beater 40% of the world's Guinness Beer is a little foreign and has a little extra. Extra Stout: Export Class Guinness Foreign Extra Stout is brewed with extra hops to give it distinctive character and extra shelf-life in warmer climates. It's an export-class beer for countries with a taste for distinction. Experience it as it was meant to be enjoyed; in a glass or as it comes, straight from the bottle.
Guinness Original is steeped in heritage - a whole costume drama in a bottle. It's naturally Guinness a complex beer full of character that's great with food. Strong tasting with a distinctive roasted bitterness, Guinness Original is their authentic carbonated classic. It'll transport you back to an 18th Century world of stouts when the ancestor of this beer was known as Guinness East and West India porter. In 1821, the definitive early Guinness became known as Extra Superior Porter. At 4.2% ABV, it's a mature, conditioned brew for a richer Guinness experience. So own a Guinness Original. Own the art of Arthur.
Double Stout is based on a coded brewers' log that was recently discovered in the brewery archives. The use of the UK's last remaining solid oak mash tuns and East Kent Golding hops bear the hallmarks of a signature brew by Britain's oldest brewer. 'This magnificent example of a classic double stout delivers a velvety-smooth palate of dry, burnt flavours - complemented by roast, cocoa and coffee notes. Black, creamy and delicious; it is a Shepherd Neame masterpiece.'