Ireland & UK: Guinness to release new beers over the next three years
Guinnesss Open Gate Brewery Project in Dublin, the initiative that launched Hop House 13 and Dublin Porter, will release new beers over the next three years, The Morning Advertiser reported.
New craft beers from the Diageo-owned brewery are ready to be launched and others are due to reach the market during the next three years.
In an exclusive interview with MA, Charles Ireland, Diageo general manager for the UK, Ireland and France, said there were plans to develop more beers for the on-trade and to build on the brands portfolio further.
In this video interview, Ireland said: The philosophy of the Open Gate Brewery is to shift the perception of Guinness, the brewer, into a brewer of great beers and the project has a rotating programme of beers that will be available on either a semi-permanent basis or just a limited-edition basis.
Weve got a great pipeline of delicious beers coming through the business and we will be launching them over the next one, two and three years to keep the Open Gate Brewery Project really vibrant.
Ireland added that there would be ales, lagers, bitters and stouts coming through the brewery over this period.
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