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Month: November 2022
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Guinness Malaysia has officially launched its first-ever flagship outlet, Arthur’s Storehouse in Malaysia at Pavilion KL. Fans can enjoy the true Guinness experience alongside a Guinness-infused food and cocktail menu as well as exclusive merchandise imported from the Dublin Storehouse.
Decked out to give Guinness fans a similar experience to that of the Dublin Storehouse, details such as a history wall, photography corner, a Guinness bar and dining area as well as lounge, are all designed in the distinct colours and feel of the brand.
“This year has been remarkable for Guinness as we’ve been able to bring numerous sensorial experiences for the lovers of our brews, all while they learn more about the rich history and the magic behind them. The very first Guinness flagship outlet is designed to give Malaysian fans the Dublin Storehouse experience right in the heart of KL. For that, we are thrilled about this exclusive partnership created between Guinness Malaysia and Storehouse Project,” said Shaun Lim, Marketing Manager of Guinness Malaysia.
Besides learning about the precision of the roasting process that gives Guinness its distinctive taste, you can try for the perfect pour here. Special rates are available for fans who want to learn pouring the perfect glass themselves under the guidance of the Guinness Academy, and take home a customised Guinness glass with their name engraved on it. What makes the flagship outlet so distinctive is its menu being the first in Malaysia to showcase a variety of exclusive Guinness-infused dishes.
Starters include BBQ Hot Wings Glazed with Homemade Guinness Sauce, Guinness Battered Onion Ring and Guinness Braised Oxtail Pork Crackling. For main dishes, Arthur’s Storehouse serves familiar favourites such as BBQ Guinness Pork Ribs and Braised Lamb Shank, which pair best with Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, while the Guinness Aged Ribeye Steak and Guinness Shepherd’s Pie pair best with Guinness Draught. The menu also features Asian classics like Guinness Bak Kut Teh and Bulldog Hokkien Mee. Those with sweet tooths can also sample unique Guinness-infused desserts.
“At Arthur’s Storehouse, patrons will be able to indulge in our carefully selected menu of food and cocktails infused with Guinness, all while basking in the atmosphere of Arthur’s Storehouse. A unique experience awaits our patrons when they visit this first-ever Guinness flagship outlet,” said George Ang, Director of Storehouse Project Sdn Bhd.
Offering classics like ‘Black Velvet’ which is a mixture of Guinness Foreign Extra Stout and Prosecco, as well as something to provide a different cocktail experience with the ‘St James Gate’ which is a mixture of Guinness Draught, Irish Whiskey and coconut milk with cinnamon, and the ‘Guinnesstini’ made with Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, espresso, vodka, coffee liqueur and ice cream.
You can also find exclusive Guinness merchandise imported from Dublin Storehouse such as Guinness glassware, gift sets, mugs with the iconic toucan, playing cards, puzzles, magnets, keyrings and bottle openers. Guinness crisps, sauces, chocolates, fudge and truffles are also available for purchase.
For more information about the Arthur’s Storehouse flagship outlet visit http://arthursstorehouse.com/. To check out more information about Guinness, head over to Guinness Malaysia’s social media pages at www.facebook.com/guinnessmalaysia and www.instagram.com/guinnessmy.
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