You can take a sip of a Guinness on Christmas Eve or just get a glass of wine for yourself.
It is the Guinness of Ireland, the world’s largest and most famous alcoholic drink, that’s celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ with a massive Christmas Eve celebration at the Museum of Guinness in Galway.
The Guinness World Records Committee has announced a total of 5 million bottles of Guinness will be poured in the museum.
It comes after a massive celebration in 2013 in which tens of thousands of people attended the event at the famous Dublin Hotel.
It’s an event that’s seen Guinness become a global icon with its iconic slogan: “Whatever the weather, Guinness is always right”.
The Guinness International Festival of Science, Engineering and Technology has also launched its first “Grammy for Life” prize.
It won the award for Best Wine in 2017 for its “Golden Light” wine that won the accolade for Best International Wine for the Year in 2017.
“It’s a really nice gesture to be celebrating the birthday of a great Irishman and the great achievements that he made for Ireland,” Guinness World Marketing Director Richard Kelly told the Irish Independent.
“And I think it will be a great moment for Guinness World and for Irish people, as well as a great opportunity for the Irish wine industry to showcase the incredible quality of our wine.”
Mr Kelly said the Guinness World Record Committee had been working on the Guinness Awards for the past four years.
“I think it’s just a great recognition for the Guinness record that we’ve achieved and the achievement in terms of our business,” he said.
“We’re thrilled with it.”‘
We are proud’The Guinness Committee has also said it is “extremely proud” of the Guinness prize.
“For our part, we are very proud of what we have achieved and our achievement is an incredible achievement,” it said.
Gavin McEntee, CEO of Guinness World Publishing, said Guinness was the world leader in Guinness beer, Guinness wine and Guinness spirits.
“Its the perfect place to celebrate a new milestone in Guinness World history and for us, we’re incredibly proud to be part of this celebration,” he told the BBC.
“A huge thank you to the Guinness family for the opportunity to celebrate the centenary of our first Irish beer.”
The Guinness Institute of International Marketing and Communications has announced its first Guinness World Cup, which will see hundreds of thousands drink Guinness for the first time in its 75-year history.
This will take place on December 14.
It will be the first of several Guinness World Cups to take place in 2017 and 2018.
The World Cup is scheduled to be held at the iconic Dublin hotel, with Ireland’s biggest sporting event to be staged on the grounds of the museum in 2018.
“This is an exciting time for Guinness,” Mr Kelly said.
“The Guinness Festival is one of the largest celebrations of the celebration of Guinness around the world.”
People are going to celebrate their new holidays, their new birthdays and their new lives and we think that Guinness will go down as one of Guinness world’s biggest celebrations of all time.”ABC/wires