I just came back from the Guinness Arthur’s Day Launch at @Live Sunway Pyramid.
Guess what? Guinness has officially announced line-up of acts for Arthur’s Day 2010! Who? continue reading.
Arthur’s Day honours the remarkable legacy of Arthur Guinness, the pioneer and philanthropist, who signed the 9, 000 year lease on the St. Jame’s Gate Brewery in 1759 – thereby introducing the iconic beer, Guinness to the world!
If you never go to Arthur’s Day before, why not this year you grab the chance? I miss last year where they bring Black Eyes Peas and guess what? This year another big name will come over and I will make sure that I will be part of it!
Mark Jenner, marketing Director of Guiness Anchor Marketing Sdn. Bhd said “we are proud to once again host Arthur’s Day in Kuala Lumpur and being a part of this worldwide celebration brings a eeper meaning in celebrating the great man – Arthur Guinness”. It’s no wonder that this remarkable visionary is celebrated around the globe with a massive lineup of music events and festivities.
You can get your ticket starting this Thursday 19 August 2010. Tickets for this lanmark event priced at RM98 (regular), RM198 (VIP) and RM350 (Mosh Pit). Grab your tickets at www.axcess.com.my / ticketong online 03-77115000 or the Galaxy Hotline www.galaxy.com.my / ticketing hotline 03-22822020
Introducing the line-up for Arthur’s Day 2010!
OMG! He really awesome!
Guinness is a popular Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness (1725–1803) at St. James’s Gate, Dublin. Guinness is directly descended from the porter style that originated in London in the early 18th century and is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide.
A distinctive feature is the burnt flavour which is derived from the use of roasted unmalted barley (though this is a relatively modern development since it did not become a part of the grist until well into the 20th century). For many years a portion of aged brew was blended with freshly brewed product to give a sharp lactic flavour (which was a characteristic of the original Porter). Although the palate of Guinness still features a characteristic “tang”, the company has refused to confirm whether this type of blending still occurs. The thick creamy head is the result of the beer being mixed with nitrogen when being poured.
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