Those enjoying St. Patrick’s Day in the capital will be delighted to know that pubs in Dublin will be giving away 50,000 free pints of Guinness on the day as part of the celebrations.
As part of their biggest-ever responsible drinking campaign, Guinness is giving away 50,000 free non-alcoholic pints on Paddy’s Day. The initiative intends to encourage revellers to try alcohol-free beer.
Also, as part of their Guinness 0.0 campaign, the popular Dublin pub O’Donoghue’s will temporarily change its name to “0.0’Donoghue’s”.
Giving away 50,000 free pints of Guinness 0.0 – Making it a St Patrick’s Day to remember
The campaign – “Make it a St. Patrick’s Day to Remember” – is the alcohol giant’s biggest responsible drinking campaign to date. Besides giving away 50,000 free pints of Guinness 0.0 across Ireland, four iconic pubs will be rebranded as “Guinness 0.0 Pubs”.
The participating pubs include Dublin’s O’Donoghue’s, Galway’s O’Connell’s, Cork’s O’Sullivan’s, and Belfast’s Common Market. Customers will have the opportunity to experience and enjoy a free pint of Guinness 0.0 on St Patrick’s Day.
Over 300 locations included in the drinking campaign – all across Ireland
Customers at 150 other pubs throughout Ireland who wish to avail of their free pint of Guinness 0.0 can use the AnyExcuse app to redeem it at any time between 16 and 19 March.
Additionally, from 16-19 March, a total of 164 Tesco stores across Ireland will provide customers who purchase a four-pack of Guinness with their Clubcard a free four-pack of Guinness 0.0 to go with it.
St Patrick’s Day – a day to be proud to celebrate Irish heritage and culture
Speaking about the importance of St. Patrick’s Day and of celebrating the very best of Irish heritage and culture, Brand Director of Guinness Ireland Alan McAleenan said: “St. Patrick’s Day is one of the key highlights in the social calendar, a day when we are proud to celebrate our heritage and culture.
“We are delighted to be championing our non-alcoholic beer, Guinness 0.0, in our largest ever responsible drinking campaign in Ireland, and encourage everyone to engage in an enjoyable and responsible way to make it a St. Patrick’s Day to Remember.”
Wherever you celebrate St. Paddy’s Day this year, chances are you’ll get a Guinness 0.0 if you want it.