Guinness stout, the Irish alcoholic drink also known as ‘Ang Ji Gao’ locally, celebrates its 256th birthday yesterday.
How did Guinness – as ang moh as a name can possibly be – end up with a badass Hokkien moniker in Singapore?
We investigate. Here are five things about stout in Singapore. Cheers.
- The origins behind its ‘red tongued dog’ nickname
- It is over 5 times older than Singapore
- This Commercial - He's a real Guinness drinker
- It sieves out those that can’t take a little hardship
- It’s like peanut butter