To celebrate this year’s Guinness Six Nations, Guinness has teamed up with The Dough Bros to launch a limited-edition Guinness x The Dough Bros DIY Pizza Kit. As the roar of fans will be at home rather than in stadia this year, Guinness wants to bring some of the magic of match day into the homes of rugby fans across the country. The limited-edition kit is the ideal at-home experience for fans watching the match with housemates or family.
Set up by brothers Eugene and Ronan Greaney in 2013, The Dough Bros is a Galway-based pizzeria, recently recognised as one of the Top 50 Pizzerias in Europe by ‘The 50 Top Pizza Guide’. Their wood-fired pizza is inspired by Naples but uses the best of Irish ingredients to create something distinctly unique and local. Along with three wood-fired bases, customers can choose three of the following toppings: Gubbeen chorizo, Wooded Pig salami, spicy ‘nduja sausage, basil pesto, Real Olive Co pitted olives, and jalapeños. The kit will also include two cans of Guinness and two Guinness pint glasses. There are also vegan, gluten-free and vegetarian options available.
To purchase a limited-edition Guinness x The Dough Bros DIY Pizza Kit priced at €35 (excl. €3.50 delivery charge) visit www.thedoughbros.ie to order for delivery nationwide while stocks last, ahead of Ireland’s Guinness Six Nations fixtures. Twenty of the kits (four per round of fixtures) will feature a Guinness Golden Rugby Ticket, for the chance to win a money-can’t-buy Guinness Six Nations prize (T&Cs apply).
Due to phenomenal demand, the first round of Guinness x The Dough Bros DIY Pizza Kits sold out today in under 30 minutes! Don’t worry, there are plenty more kits up for grabs for the remaining rounds — and here’s when to order them. Set a reminder!
- Round Two Kits go on sale at 12pm, Tuesday February 9th
- Round Three Kits go on sale at 12pm, Tuesday February 23rd
- Round Four Kits go on sale at 12pm, Tuesday, March 9th
- Round Five Kits go on sale at 12pm, Tuesday, March 16th
Guinness Six Nations kicks-off this Saturday, 6th of February with Italy hosting France in Rome. Ireland will begin their Championship a day later on Sunday, 7th February with a trip to the Principality Stadium to face Wales.