Guinness Draught was launched in a bottle to reach out to more Guinness fans. In terms of taste, GDIB was almost identical to the Guinness Draught, but as the ritual of being served a pint is different from that of a bottle, regular customers needed convincing. We re-imagined the familiar Guinness pint iconography within the design language of the bottle, creating the illusion of ‘a pint in a bottle’. Metallic gold was the contemporary palette of choice and traditional lithography printing was used to allude to the coming together of the old with the new.
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