Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Guinness Nigeria introduces First Innovation In 10years...Introduces Guinness Africa Special with natural African extracts

Guinness is in the news again, this time the brand has made a defining statement in the Nigerian beer market as it proceeds to launch Guinness Africa Special; its first beer innovation in ten years to cater for young African drinkers with distinct specific taste at a national level.


The New Guinness Africa Special which has been dubbed #TheSpecialOne created massive impact at the various launch events in the cities of Port Harcourt, Abuja, Enugu and Ibadan as these centres came alive with the vibrant creativity and excitement that herald the entry of this stout into these markets!

GUINNESS AFRICA SPECIAL is the unique quality of Guinness stout with natural African extracts for a more refreshing taste. It is 5% alcohol by volume and sold at a recommended retail price of only N200.

This one is proudly ours; made by us for us – from the African ingredients, to the African Guinness harp and Ankara pattern on the packaging, to the advertising that has been developed by a young Nigerian graffiti artist Osa7; the beer proudly projects our vibrant young African spirit. 

The level of acceptance this new beer has received since its introduction a few weeks ago has been amazing and is proof that it meets younger consumers’ need for a product that says more about them than their usual lager whilst having a taste they love and a price they can afford.

N.B: It is not for sale for persons under the age of 18. Please drink responsibly.

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42 comments:

tsalz c.e.o said...

Don't like d taste..

ROYAL PRIESTHOOD said...

Cool

Ngozi Ebere said...

I will like to sip it

Ogbukwa Blessing said...

Nice one

Anonymous said...

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Jenny Kalu said...

SORRY NOT MY BRAND

tosisochukwu said...

Had a lot of fun
































































































































































!brightosman aka fake phyno .#gerarahere

Anonymous said...

SEEN

I am Coonett

#KING_KHALIFA said...

Ohh plsss same old Bullshit in a brand new pack... Not interested

Y.F.C. Omrex said...

Noticed.

Max Ayuba said...


Guys MTN in trouble free browsing for just N20 daily MTN Unlimited Browsing

Figure Eight said...

Where's fino! phyno!!...hope dis one isn't as bitter as stout oo

Oluwa Bukola said...

Oook.





#Linda'spal

Figure Eight said...

I sight u ' Connect'

damba israel said...

Good for them




My view not urs!!!!

chidi akachukwu said...

Made of black...Believe

basil said...

A way to make more money for themselves

Anonymous said...

Sop where is the t-shirt na?

anita gold said...

Noted

Adenike Bamigboye said...

Drink up jor

golda awosika said...

Ok good for them




#*karlishah*

Di Mateo Xavie said...

Okay

Jamila Shaibu said...

Nice...

Anonymous said...

After that fraud called Orijin now this..Guinness deceiving Nigerians since orijin

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Nice


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Anonymous said...

Seems like a cool drink, but I think the graphic design of the bottle label is just wack
bcos d blue color is just off from d rest of d design

nonso igboeli said...

ha. Orijin-inspired

Eric Nesty aka LIB'S FINEST said...

Nice one....


#FINEST

chyyy said...

Drink but don't be Drunk. Drink responsible.

chinonso iheanacho said...

Yea good for dem... @iam MR_Successful and i believe in destiny

Uche Anaekwe said...

That is for those that like beer!! Next pls

Adaobilinda her sexcellency said...

Seen

Vivian Reginalds said...

Linda mkn money snc 2000
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

precious uduji said...

Bad market for them

Anonymous said...

Guinness been exploiting us since 1914. I was in Dublin recently, and I learned Nigeria is d biggest market for Guinness which means most Guinness profits comes from Nigeria.

Maureen Mordi said...

I love beer

Oge said...

Stop this rubbish spacing...pick a brain please..you can't go on being this senseless..

Oge said...

Stop this rubbish spacing...pick a brain please..you can't go on being this senseless..

All Engineering studies said...

Good business.. Cool

uche ekwulugo said...

Hope say share price go rise up cos me wan sell off some of my shares



AJ MAIN BOY...

udeh martha said...

Nice one

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