First launched in 1959, it’s named “Guinness Draught” because it was first brewed to be served on tap at pubs. It’s also the world’s first nitro beer because the unique qualities of Guinness Stout required a different approach to conventional carbonation. The nitrogen infusion gives the beer its smooth creamy mouthfeel and beautiful long-lasting head.

Guinness Draught is surprisingly light, with fewer calories than a comparable glass of skim milk or orange juice.