An unopened bottle of 1759-1959 Guinness Commerative bottle can fetch as much as US$300. An opened version with map, etc include can fetch US$25 to US$100. The Guinness Bottle Drop... The Managing Director of GUINNESS Exports Ltd was a master at promotional advertising for his time and quite an extraordinary man. He initiated the idea to drop sealed bottles of Foreign GUINNESS from ships at various points around the world's oceans. The bottles contained messages for those lucky enough to find them washed up on the shore!
During the summer of 1954, 50,000 bottles were dropped in the first and lesser of the two drops undertaken in that year. A numbered greetings message was enclosed which asked the finder to tear-off a part of the message and return it to GUINNESS Exports, reporting the location and date of the find. Many did so and each received a personal reply and a small memento of the event. Some bottles were found in Liverpool docks, others from the Bahamas, Tahiti, the Azores and Mexico. The success of the idea led to the decision to treble the scale of the drop to be done in the bicentenary year of 1959.
In 1959, 150,000 specially embossed bottles were dropped from 30 freighters in the Atlantic to be targeted to make landfall on the eastern seaboard of the USA and Canada.
Unlike the first drop these specially made bottles had the outline of the North American continent on them. Rather than just a single message inside, they each contained a King Neptune scroll, a letter, a gold label and instructions on how to make the bottle into a table lamp. The 45 bottles per carton were dropped overboard and the carton was made so as to disintegrate in sea water.
The bottles are still coming to light even today....having worked loose from the ever-melting Arctic ice! www.Gigfy.com
Arthur Guinness founded St. James's Gate Brewery, Dublin, Ireland in 1759. The oldest bottle of Guinness in my fridge most assuredly will not live to be that old.
Yes, someone offered a Guinness bottle with a Bud Lite cap attached on eBay in 2007. The possibilities of this happening at the Guinness Brewery is practically nil. Perhaps the Bud Lite cap would put on the Guinness bottle by a Jack-a-lope. www.Gigfy.com
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There are 10g of carbs in a bottle of draught Guinness beer. There are 18g of carbs in 12oz of extra stout Guinness beer.
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What is the value of brass c.c bottle
The best way is to ask a wibsite for antique bottle collectors, bottle diggers etc. they will know. You will have a group come up with a value. I have had good luck as I trade antique bottles and thos guys and gals always know.
Anything green works. A bottle of Guinness or Bushmills makes it much more believable.
25 per bottle
The value of a Gooding's green soda bottle depends on its condition. This bottle in mint condition is valued between 45.00 and 55.00 as of 2014.
Guinness has had quite a few slogans over the years. Most notably:"Guinness for Strength""Lovely Day for a Guinness""Guinness Makes You Strong""My Goodness My Guinness"Alternatively, "My Goodness, My Christmas, It's Guinness!""Guinness is Good For You""Good Things Come To Those Who Wait""It's Guinness time"
Yes, they are recyclable. I asked Guinness this question via email, and they sent me the following response: From: "Consumer Care, Guinness" <email@example.com> To: Sent: Monday, March 17, 2008 12:58:21 PM Subject: Re: Your Comment/Question March 17, 2008 Dear Mr. , Thank you for taking time to contact Guinness. We appreciate hearing from our consumers because your feedback is important. In response to your inquiry, all Guinness Draught bottles and cans are recyclable without removing the widget. Once again, thank you for contacting Guinness. Sincerely, Scott Alcorn Guinness Consumer Representative Cheers! Drinking Responsibly is Brilliant!!
Guinness stout is made by Guinness, they also make kaliber and Guinness bitter.
The floater is called a 'widget.' It is a plastic ball with a very small hole in it. The can is pressurized with nitrogen. When the can or bottle is opened, the gas escaping from the widget forms lots of small bubbles that come close to duplicating the draft appearance of the Guinness.
Guinness was first brewed in Ireland in 1759 by Sir Arthur Guinness.
Guinness is the company that sponsors the book. It is the same Guinness that is the famous drink from Ireland.
It depends on so many factors -- go to bcca site and search under "Guinness" -- you probably will get to a guy a named Jay Dertinger who can appraise a picture of your item.
It got its name from Arthur Guinness, the man who invented Guinness.
Does guinness have a suffix or prefix
Yes, Guinness is Irish.
the value is around $12.50 to $15.00 What is the value of an unopened coke bottle with Memphis awared first place 1983 America's clean community on it?