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Limited Edition 200-year-old Guinness Amber Ale

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Guinness has something delicious in store for you this winter. 

Something more than just a pint of the black stuff, the ultra-limited edition Guinness The 1759 is a small batch amber ale made to a 200-year-old recipe.

Brewed with fine peated whiskey malt, just like those used in the best whiskeys and scotches, as well as traditional Guinness yeast, the result is a 9% ale  with a warming flavour that carries notes of caramel and butterscotch. 

Each 25.4 fl oz bottle is packed in a stylish black velvet box, making this the ultimate Christmas gift. It's almost like they knew it was coming, isn't it?

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