A pint of the black stuff wouldn't be complete without being in its own branded glass. simple smooth lines and a CE mark means not only can this glass be used in a pub or at home it won't look out of place in either.Dimensions:H 160mm Ø 85mm
With the official Guinness Surger you can now enjoy your Guinness as if you were served it at the pub! Simply plug in, add a small amount of water to the surger plate, pop your pint glass of Guinness onto the device and press the button. The device will vibrate the glass slightly in order to produce the perfect head.Please note that Guinness cans supplied are special "Surger" cans as regular Guinness cans will not work with this device. You can purchase replacement Guinness Surger cans from the Just Miniatures Amazon webstore.
If you love imbibing Guinness, then you'll know that the iconic "black stuff" is over 250 years old! Drinking from this Guinness Tankard is a great way to celebrate the famous Irish stout and makes an ideal addition to your home bar. Or why not keep this down your local. This lovely chunkcy ceamic pint tankard has an earthenware charcter that harks back to the old days. You really will feel you're drinking a piece of history. Remember, it takes 119.5 seconds to pour the perfect pint - obviously all good things can't be rushed - so you must drink it out of a true pint glass! So raise a glass to Arthur and enjoy! Official Guinness Merchandise celebrating the style, wit and good humour of this extraordinary brand!
Chunky ceramic pint tankard with an old style earthenware character
Commemorates the good ole days; feels like drinking a piece of history
Official Guinness merchandise - ideal for fans of the famous stout
Pint Tankard features famous stout badge detailing
Makes brilliant commemorative addition to your home bar
Now you can enjoy the perfect pub pint at home from a can thanks to the ingenious widget that won a Queen's Award for Technological Advancement in 1991 and has delighted customers ever since. The 'widget' is actually a plastic moulded device that sits at the bottom of a can until it's opened and then releases a little beer and nitrogen, forcing a surge of bubbles that settle to form the tight white head - in short, the perfect pint at home. Guinness Draught in cans is best served straight from the fridge.