Guinness fans can now purchase a Guinness Tap to enjoy a perfectly poured pint at home.


A Guinness Tap can now be purchased for a perfectly poured pint at home.

With its new Guinness Microdraught, fans can pour ‘beautiful, fresh tasting Guinness Draught’ on tap from the comfort of their own homes.

For many people, there is nothing better than a nice pint of Guinness on a Friday or Saturday evening.

After buying a pint in the pub, many people enjoy its rich, smooth texture and creamy head.

However, it must be stated that it is not the same as drinking from a can while sitting at home.

But what if we told you that you can now enjoy the same perfectly poured pint from the comfort of your own home?

If that sounds appealing, you’ll be pleased to learn that for the first time, Guinness is allowing fans to pour ‘beautiful, fresh tasting Guinness Draught’ from the comfort of their own homes.

Just in time for the holidays, the brewery has launched a special Microdraught tap.

Since early this year, the Guinness Microdraught has been available in a variety of pubs, restaurants, and bars.

Domestic drinkers will now have access to the same “cutting-edge technology.”

“Ideal for home-bars and kitchens, the Guinness MICRODRAUGHT Tap’s seamless pouring process ensures the iconic drink is perfectly poured and ready to enjoy,” Guinness says.

“With the iconic surge and settle resulting in a cold, smooth Guinness, users are guided by advanced technology to perform the perfect two-part pour.”

From Monday, December 6th, the Guinness Microdraught will be available for purchase.

However, at £750, it is not inexpensive.

Fill your boots if you’re willing to pay that much for a perfectly poured Guinness at home!

When you purchase a Guinness tap, you will also receive four Microdraught cans and two Guinness branded pint glasses, making the price slightly more appealing.

The ‘groundbreaking’ Microdraught dispense technology took two years to develop and is the ‘biggest dispense innovation since the launch of the widget 30 years ago,’ according to the company.

Guinness claims to deliver a ‘perfectly domed head’ and a ‘beautiful tasting’ dry stout to customers’ homes.

It also claims to provide “new hosting opportunities for drinkers who can now provide guests with a superb serve of the black stuff with a unique sense of theater.”

“After two years in development, we are incredibly excited to bring our Guinness MICRODRAUGHT technology to homes this Christmas, marking a milestone moment of continued innovation,” Neil Shah, Head of Guinness GB, said.

The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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