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Food / March 23, 2021

Dublin-popup selling a contraption that transforms Guinness cans into pints

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Food / March 23, 2021

Dublin-popup selling a contraption that transforms Guinness cans into pints

By Emily Mullen

The Dublin business that has fixed sad pints.

We’ve all learned to (sort of) live in this state of perpetual lockdown. We’ve all adjusted and changed, but some things are pretty hard to replicate, like hugging family members, seeing friends, traveling over 5k away from your house and pints. While there is not an immediate solution to many of those things, there is a solution to the latter. The Slainte Surger is a pop-up company selling a surger, that transforms Guinness cans into pints. Using specialized surger Guinness cans, you pour the beer into a glass, place it on the surger, and lo and behold you have a decent-looking pint with a frothy head.

The popup are selling a pack, which includes the surger, two glasses, beer mats and a couple of specialized surger Guinness cans. Check out The Slainte Surger’s Instagram account for more information.

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