In anticipation of bars and pubs in England reopening outdoors in less than a week’s time, Guinness is deploying its team of quality control experts to visit 50,000 venues around the country.
It aims to ensure bars are ready to offer a clean and safe environment for fans to enjoy a fresh pint.
More than 50 ‘pint perfectionists’ will clean thousands of lines so that the ‘perfect pour’ can be achieved at venues nationwide as they reopen from 12th April.
The brewer is also delivering 49 fresh tankers of the stout from St James Gate, Dublin to England for kegging and distribution at pubs and bars throughout GB.
As a commitment to the reopening pubs and bars, Guinness has provided £30 million of funding to 25,000 pubs and bars over the last twelve months, and continues to support the hospitality industry as the nation comes out of lockdown.