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A Diageo company


Founded in 1759 by Arthur Guinness. He began by brewing ale, and in the 1770s started brewing porter. His porter was so successful that in 1799 he stopped brewing ale.

In a merger in 1997 between Guinness PLC & Grand Metropolitan PLC was the company called 'Diageo' PLC formed.

The harp-logo is from an old Irish musicinstrument. The origianal harp is at the Trinity College Library in Dublin.

Guinness. 1990.

5,0 % ABV.

Guinness. 1995.

5,0 % ABV. Plato 11,9.

Traditionally Brewed. Stout.

Guinness Draught
Draught was launched in 1959. In 1988 came the first can thanks to the 'widget'.
Draught. 2001.

33 cl.

4,2 % ABV.

Draught. 2003.

440 ml.

4,2 % ABV.

Draught. 2009.

50 cl. Backsite Guinness 250.

4,2 % ABV.

Guinness Export Stout
Guinness Export Stout.

Guinness Export Stout.

Bottled by the brewery in Dublin.

Imported by Knud Jørgensen, Hellerup.

Guinness Export Stout.

Bottled by Guinness Exports Ltd Liverpool.

Guinness Export Stout.

Imported by Knud Jørgensen, Hellerup.

Luksusøl Skatteklasse B.

Guinness Extra Stout
Regulations for brewing Extra Superior Porter were laid down in 1821, then came Guinness Extra.
Extra. 2000.

4,2 % ABV.

Guinness Foreign Extra
First recorded brewing of West India Porter was in 1801. It is now known as Guinness Foreign Extra Stout.
Foreign Extra. 2009.

7,5 % ABV.

Guinness Original
Guinness Original. 1993. 500 ml.

Brewed in Dublin and London.

4,3 % ABV.

Harp Lager Beer.

Extra Quality. Imported Beer.


Red Ale. First brewed 1710 St. Francis Abbey.
Kilkenny Irish beer. Smitwick & Sons, Kilkenny. St. Francis Abbey Brewery. 1991.

5,5 % ABV.

Kilkenny Irish beer. Kilkenny. serve chilled. 2001. 5,0 % ABV.
Kilkenny Irish beer. First brewed 1710 St. Francis Abbey. 2013. 4,2% ABV.

Nitro IPA
Infused with nitrogen.
Gunness Nitro IPA. 2018.

The Open Gate Brewery.

440 ml. 5,3% ABV.