Guinness World Records launches home beer tap for £750

Irish people beer giant, Guinness record, is launching a home beer tap for the amazing price of £750.

Faucets will be available for purchase from Monday, December 6, and there will be a limited initial release.

Called “Guinness Microdraught”, this will be the first time Guinness lovers will be able to touch stout in their own home.

Microdraw was launched earlier this year in pubs, restaurants and bars. The dispensing technology behind the faucet after two years of development.

“After two years of development, we are extremely excited to bring our Guinness Microdraught technology to our homes this Christmas, marking a pivotal moment in the brand’s continued innovation,” said Neil Shah. , the director of Guinness GB said.

“Guinness Microdraught allows anyone to enjoy a beautiful and flavorful Draft Guinness straight from the tap in a whole new setting for the first time.

“Whether it’s to pour the perfect drink at a festive gathering, a Christmas present for a friend or family member, or simply to enjoy an iconic drink of black stuff at home with loved ones, the Guinness Microdraft is sure to be a popular dish among beer lovers. ”

The way the spout works is the dispensing technology that uses a dedicated Microdraught can to pour two servings, which fit snugly into a glass.

Each time you buy a Guinness faucet, you will get 4 cans of Guinness Microdraught and 2 pints of Guinness.

While it won’t be available for purchase for another two weeks, Guinness World Records fans can register their interest by hitting home on Guinness website to receive any updates.

Meanwhile, over the weekend Wetherspoons announces expansion of 99p pin pint offering until the end of February 2022.

The pub chain initially put on offer for November, where Ruddles Best ale (or Greene King IPA), 25ml of Bell whiskey with a mixer or a bottle of Beck’s, are available for 99p per can.

The offer will now be available at its 671 pubs across the UK early next year. Guinness World Records launches home beer tap for £750


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