Tiger Beer and PMC roar into the Metaverse: The Tiger Archives NFT Collection

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Tiger Beer X PMC (The Tiger Archives NFT Collection)

Tiger Beer, the number one international premium beer in Asia, and Malaysian streetwear pioneer PMC (Pestle & Mortar Clothing) are roaring into the Year of the Tiger, launching an NFT (non-fungible token) collection of Lucky Tigers. The launch is a key part of Tiger Beer’s ‘The Year of Your Tiger’ campaign, designed to ignite a movement that encourages people everywhere to set aside their fears and achieve bold ambitions in 2022.

The Tiger Archives NFT Collection

Dubbed ‘The Tiger Archives’, the collection of 6,688 NFTs features PMC’s take on Chinese archival tiger artwork inspired by Tiger Beer’s bottles through the years, each unique and fully drawn by hand.

The Magic of Sharing a Guinness Christmas

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Guinness Christmas

Christmas celebrations for the past two years have been rather different for everyone. While the tradition of sharing gifts and love lived on despite being far away from one another, there is nothing quite like the spirit of celebrating the festive season and being merry in the presence of our loved ones.

Guinness, Malaysia’s favorite stout1, wants to remind drinkers that time spent together is the best gift we can give our loved ones this Christmas. In an effort to amplify the festive spirit as Guinness lovers reconnect with one another again, the brand provides a platform to enable its drinkers to share a meaningful Christmas with their loved ones – all while enjoying a smooth, cold and creamy Guinness.

Say “Bonjour, 1664 Rose!” to 1664’s Latest Wheat Beer

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Say “Bonjour, 1664 Rose!”

Fancy experiencing good taste that is uniquely French?

Building on the runway success of the French’s wheat beer in product innovations, Carlsberg Malaysia launches a brand-new variant, 1664 Rosé, a wheat beer with a hint of raspberry, sharing good taste with consumers. Malaysian drinkers seeking a refreshing brew with a unique twist can now say ‘Bonjour!’, or ‘Hello!’ in French, to 1664 Rosé!