Guinness Launches £750 First-Ever Home Beer Tap

The new beer gadget comes at a price of £750. 

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The new beer gadget comes at a price of £750. 

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A £750 home beer tap

After two years in development, Guinness is making its latest Guinness Microdraught technology available to beer drinkers at home. The beer tap, which comes at the price of £750/US$998, includes four Guinness Microdraught cans and two Guinness pint glasses. The product will bel launched on December 6, but only available at this stage to UK Guinness fans. 

Guinness Microdraught, rolled out earler this year in many restaurants, bars and pubs, has been described as the “biggest dispense innovation for Guinness since the launch of the widget 30 years ago.”

"Using a unique, chilled MICRODRAUGHT can, users are guided by the advanced technology to perform the perfect two-part pour; with the iconic surge and settle resulting in a cold, smooth Guinness," the brewery said.


Famous for its Irish provenance and exceptional dark colour, Guinness is brewed in over 50 countries and sold in around 150 countries worldwide. Guinness is owned by drinks giant Diageo, whose other brands include Johnnie Walker and Smirnoff.

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