Guinness and St. Patrick’s Day are synonymous with each other. This year’s celebrations, though, will be a tad special as the brewer is treating Singaporeans to a free Guinness. You read that correctly – Guinness is honouring your saintly deeds with a Guinness giveaway.

The brewer’s association with the Irish festival reportedly dates all the way to 1759. St. Patrick’s Day, celebrated on 17 March, honours the patron saint of Ireland and has since evolved into a celebration of Irish culture. Every year Guinness pulls out all the stops for St. Patrick’s Day across the world.

The brand brings together iconic beer, shamrocks, and everything green for a truly joyous celebration. This year, after a challenging 2020, Guinness is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a twist. Its raising a glass to every Singaporean with the first-ever St. Everyone’s Day!

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Free Guinness For Everyone

In celebration of St. Everyone’s Day, Guinness is honouring everyone’s saintly deeds, big or small, with a free Guinness. “Given the past year that we’ve had, we knew that we wanted to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a difference,” explains Faye Wee, Marketing Director of Asia Pacific Breweries Singapore.

To honour the good deeds of Singaporeans in the past year, the brewer is pouring a well-deserved Guinness for everyone. Starting today, visit the St. Everyone’s Day website and enter your details to redeem a free half pint of Guinness. You can also nominate another saint to share a half pint with a deserving friend.

So, gather your saintly friends and family and head to any participating bars to redeem and enjoy that well-deserved Guinness. And do not forget to spread the word about St. Everyone’s Day too because everyone deserves a great St. Patrick’s Day celebration (and a free Guinness).

It was once reported that a total of 13 million pints of Guinness is consumed within a 24-hour period of St. Patrick’s Day. With St. Everyone’s Day kicking off, we do expect that number to increase rapidly. Now, who’s up for that free half pint?

written by.
Richard Augustin
Former chef turned writer; Richard has tip-toed around the publishing industry for two decades. When not busy chasing deadlines, you can still find him experimenting with recipes in the kitchen.

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