The year may have gone by in a blink, but there are still some festivities to be had! One that’s just around the corner is the Mid-Autumn Festival, an ancient Chinese lunar celebration dedicated to the moon deity Chang’er.

Celebrating prosperity and harvest, now realigned to fertility and togetherness, the Mid-Autumn Festival brings the seasonal mooncake to the scene. This year, The Beer Factory and Guinness have teamed up once again to present the 2020 limited-edition Guinness Snowskin Mooncakes.

package of guinness mooncakes
Guinness Mooncake cross-section

If you haven’t had the chance to try out last-year’s sold-out editions, grab some of this year’s batch to enjoy the deep roasted flavours of Guinness in a chocolate-infused lotus paste wrapped up in a velvety black snowskin. A new addition of an alcohol-infused golden bean paste centre also awaits eager consumers this year!

“Guinness has a way of bringing a little dash of magic to things, and it certainly does with these
mooncakes. The deep roasted flavours and velvety texture of Guinness are brought out perfectly, and the golden centre – just like the golden harp in the centre of our bottles and cans – lifts the experience to a whole new level. We’re delighted to partner with The Beer Factory again this year for this exclusive, limited-edition.”

explained Guinness Brand Manager Chiah Mun Mun.

The newest edition of Guinness Snowskin Mooncakes will be available exclusively at selected The Beer Factory Outlets* across Peninsular Malaysia, and are priced at RM50 each or a special RM88 for two while stocks last.

* Locations:

  • The Beer Factory SS2
  • The Beer Factory Hartamas
  • The Beer Factory Sunway Giza
  • The Beer Factory Bandar Puteri Puchong
  • The Beer Factory Express Sunway Geo
  • The Beer Factory Melaka
  • The Beer Factory Summerton Penang
  • The Beer Factory Raja Uda Butterworth

For more information on these exclusive Guinness mooncakes, visit www.facebook.com/thebeerfactory.
For more information on Guinness, visit www.facebook.com/guinnessmalaysia.

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