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Guinness Mugs

Shop ShamrockGift.com’s collection of Guinness mugs, Guinness tankards, and Guinness travel tumblers. Our gorgeous selection of mugs from Guinness are perfect for sipping coffee, tea, and even your favorite dark stout. With a variety of styles to choose from, including glass tankards, ceramic and enamel coffee mugs, and plastic travel mugs, there’s something for any Guinness lover. All Guinness mugs are officially licensed Guinness merchandise and feature an array of original and trademarked Guinness logos. As one of Ireland’s best-known brands, Guinness has been in operation since 1759 when founder Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000-year lease on an area of Dublin known as St. James’s Gate. That brewery is still in operation today and serves as Guinness headquarters, with more than 8,000 years to go before the lease is up. No matter where you travel in the world, Guinness and its trademark harp logo is a sure signifier of all things Irish, with Irish pubs being as often marked by merely a Guinness sign as a shamrock. Ironically, though the Guinness harp logo is ubiquitous today, Guinness didn’t adapt it until the middle of the 19th century, and didn’t even advertise it’s beer for the first several decades of its existence, instead relying on word of mouth to provide sales. It’s curious to think about, given how recognizable Guinness ads are today, but in the 18th century, the brewery’s proximity to the Dublin docks and dockworkers allowed for all the sales they needed. Our Guinness mugs come in a number of styles and designs, from the contemporary, sleek harp to the vintage-inspired logo of a worn, yet detailed harp that references the first use of the design in the 1800s. Our Guinness Green collection also features a unique Guinness Extra Stout logo in Ireland’s iconic Gaelic typeface. Our collection of tea and coffee mugs are ideal gifts for the person who wants a little comedy with their morning routine. And our selection of tankards call back to traditional drinking vessels, when Irish and English law required beer mugs to have handles and lids for sanitation purposes. For those looking for a more recent nostalgia, we also offer a classic dimpled pint glass, common in Irish and British pubs through the 1970s and recognizable by their short, bulbous shape and dimpled exterior. Supposedly, this was a unique design that made it easier for bartenders to grab the wet mugs out of the wash without slipping and causing breakage. In fact, it’s only within the past 30 years that pubs have nearly universally adapted the handle-less pint glass, with glass tankards being the norm, though they can still be found in some old-school bars around the U.S. and Ireland. When Guinness first began production, they tried to brew just about every type of beer known to Ireland at the time, but soon settled on a simple dark beer that became known as porter, so-called because it was popular among the dockside porters who drank it. Eventually, the word stout became synonymous with the beer, as a way of differentiating it from lighter “porter” beers, and the two have now diverged in meaning, thanks, in large part, to the evolution of Guinness itself. In fact, it was the Guinness Porter that became known in Ireland simply as “a pint of plain,” made famous by the Flann O’Brien poem, “The Workman’s Friend.” Though Guinness officially ceased production on this beer in the mid-20th century, they have brought back other versions of it as novelty beers in recent years. Today, their biggest beers are Guinness Draught and Guinness Extra Stout, both of which have taken over the mantle of the pint of plain. Shop our Guinness mug collection today.
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Shop ShamrockGift.com’s collection of Guinness mugs, Guinness tankards, and Guinness travel tumblers. Our gorgeous selection of mugs from Guinness are perfect for sipping coffee, tea, and even your favorite dark stout. With a variety of styles to choose from, including glass tankards, ceramic and enamel coffee mugs, and plastic travel mugs, there’s something for any Guinness lover. All Guinness mugs are officially licensed Guinness merchandise and feature an array of original and trademarked Guinness logos.
As one of Ireland’s best-known brands, Guinness has been in operation since 1759 when founder Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000-year lease on an area of Dublin known as St. James’s Gate. That brewery is still in operation today and serves as Guinness headquarters, with more than 8,000 years to go before the lease is up. No matter where you travel in the world, Guinness and its trademark harp logo is a sure signifier of all things Irish, with Irish pubs being as often marked by merely a Guinness sign as a shamrock.
Ironically, though the Guinness harp logo is ubiquitous today, Guinness didn’t adapt it until the middle of the 19th century, and didn’t even advertise it’s beer for the first several decades of its existence, instead relying on word of mouth to provide sales. It’s curious to think about, given how recognizable Guinness ads are today, but in the 18th century, the brewery’s proximity to the Dublin docks and dockworkers allowed for all the sales they needed.
Our Guinness mugs come in a number of styles and designs, from the contemporary, sleek harp to the vintage-inspired logo of a worn, yet detailed harp that references the first use of the design in the 1800s. Our Guinness Green collection also features a unique Guinness Extra Stout logo in Ireland’s iconic Gaelic typeface.
Our collection of tea and coffee mugs are ideal gifts for the person who wants a little comedy with their morning routine. And our selection of tankards call back to traditional drinking vessels, when Irish and English law required beer mugs to have handles and lids for sanitation purposes. For those looking for a more recent nostalgia, we also offer a classic dimpled pint glass, common in Irish and British pubs through the 1970s and recognizable by their short, bulbous shape and dimpled exterior. Supposedly, this was a unique design that made it easier for bartenders to grab the wet mugs out of the wash without slipping and causing breakage. In fact, it’s only within the past 30 years that pubs have nearly universally adapted the handle-less pint glass, with glass tankards being the norm, though they can still be found in some old-school bars around the U.S. and Ireland.
When Guinness first began production, they tried to brew just about every type of beer known to Ireland at the time, but soon settled on a simple dark beer that became known as porter, so-called because it was popular among the dockside porters who drank it. Eventually, the word stout became synonymous with the beer, as a way of differentiating it from lighter “porter” beers, and the two have now diverged in meaning, thanks, in large part, to the evolution of Guinness itself. In fact, it was the Guinness Porter that became known in Ireland simply as “a pint of plain,” made famous by the Flann O’Brien poem, “The Workman’s Friend.” Though Guinness officially ceased production on this beer in the mid-20th century, they have brought back other versions of it as novelty beers in recent years. Today, their biggest beers are Guinness Draught and Guinness Extra Stout, both of which have taken over the mantle of the pint of plain.
Shop our Guinness mug collection today.
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