Monday, September 14, 2015

GUINNESS® and Malaysia: Celebrating 50 Years Together

GUINNESS® has marked it's 50 years of brewing GUINNESS® in Malaysia. As part of the celebration, GUINNESS® unveils three *limited-edition* designs for its Foreign Extra Stout bottles last Thursday during a spectacular launch @ The Intermark, Kuala Lumpur.

The night was packed with GUINNESS® fans and everyone was dressed up stylishly black. Not forgetting unlimited, free flow of Guinness!

Guess what GUINNESS® had to offer us, their very own one-of-a-kind Guinness Infused Ice Cream Float. Who doesn't love desserts? and they have it with GUINNESS®!! ♥ 

Yummy in my tummy. My first 'meal' of the day. Good enough!


*drum-rolls* The three limited-edition design bottles! 

Each of the bottle is bursting with vibrant colors and intricate patterns, a total opposite from the brand's iconic black and gold visuals. The designs are inspired by the wealth of history and culture of our country, Malaysia. Don't worry about the glorious GUINNESS® inside - it's still the exact same formula and taste throughout the years. Nothing changed!

Guinness is so inspired that each limited-edition design represents a distinct era in Malaysia's journey and they even portrayed it during the remarkable launch event.

The very beginning of GUINNESS® in Malaysia, stretching back to our tribal roots.

During the era, through to the age of independence.

& now, leading into the modern day and looking ahead to the future.


The present of course must have me lol.

The Malaysian-inspired designs are created specifically for the Malaysian market, by Malaysians as we celebrate GUINNESS® being brewed in Malaysia for 50 years now. Behind the designs are five luminaries of the Malaysian creative scene, who came together to explore the concepts of history, identity, and culture which have informed the new limited-edition looks.

The three collectable limited-edition designs will appear on all bottles (325ml and 640ml) and cans (320ml) of GUINNESS® Foreign Extra Stout sold in Malaysia from now until November or while stocks last.

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