Guinness Nigeria recently introduced its newest brand into the Nigerian market. The brand is called Guinness Smooth Stout. The Guinness Smooth Stout is the latest creation from the company.
Guinness Nigeria Unveils New Guinness Smooth Stout
The company calls its latest creation Guinness Smooth, a new expression of Guinness. They stated that it was developed by Guinness master brewers, local and international. According to the company, it was created to deliver an exciting and stand out beer that is perfect for casual social occasions. The company describes the new product as the perfect partner for spicy foods and BBQ. According to the company, Guinness Smooth has a smooth refreshing taste which balances the spicy heat while the distinctive characterful flavour ensures Guinness Smooth is a beer that doesn’t get overshadowed by the food.
The new product was recently introduced into the Ghanaian market. It was launched with a lot of fanfare and celebrity endorsements. It has received a lot of positive reviews and the company is confident that the product will be a huge success in the Nigerian market.
Guinness Speaks on Guinness Smooth Stout
Adesina Adewole, Guinness Nigeria master brewer spoke about the new product. He talked about how the company did a lot of research to create the product. The local team and the team in Dublin worked to create this Guinness expression. The final product comes out as a refreshing larger. According to the company, it is a 5 per cent alcoholic beverage. It’s a larger you will want to enjoy with your friends when you go out and want to have a hangout conversation.
Adewole explained that the product seeks to compensate Guinness enthusiasts whose taste buds yearn for a perfect balance of bitter and sweet flavour.
Guinness Master Brewer, Peter Simpson also spoke about the new Guinness expression. He stated that he is optimistic about the entry of the new product would go a long way to increase the company’s market share. He talked about how it is a huge success in Ghana and how he sees it’s going a million miles.