Guinness Six Nations fans in Ireland are in for a treat as a new limited-edition Guinness x BuJo rugby at home kit has been launched to celebrate the return of Rugby’s Greatest Championship, headlined by the Guinness Rugby BuJo Burger.
Guinness wants to reignite the passion and excitement of the rugby occasion by bringing the magic of match day into the homes of rugby fans across the country.
The Guinness x BuJo rugby at home kit is inspired by a fusion of everything that is great about Guinness, BuJo and rugby and includes the unique Guinness Rugby BuJo Burger.
Created by BuJo’s culinary director Grainne O’Keeffe, the mouthwatering combination includes a special Guinness x BuJo black bun created by Coghlan’s bakery.
It also features Oliver Carty beechwood smoked bacon and the award-winning Scullery’s Guinness Sticky Onion Marmalade which won gold at the Blas na hEireann, Irish Food Awards.
The 2020 Guinness Six Nations restart begins with the final fourth round encounter as Ireland host Italy in the rescheduled game that was due to take place in March.
Building on the success of the previous Guinness x BuJo collaboration in August, the new kit will centre on everything needed to create the ultimate Guinness Rugby BuJo Burger.
It includes 12 patties, which are bespoke blend of grass fed beef sourced from Bord Bia ‘Quality Assured’ Irish family farms, eight unique Guinness inspired black buns, pickles, cheese and the delicious BuJo sauce.
The kit will also feature two Guinness Glasses, four cans of Guinness, four limited-edition Guinness Rugby beer mats, award-winning Scully’s Guinness Sticky Onion Marmalade and a Guinness Six Nations soft rugby ball, for the ultimate at home match day experience.
BuJo has been a staple for burger fanatics and was one of the first outlets to offer at-home kits so its customers across the country can now create their own BuJo burger creations at home.
To purchase a limited-edition Guinness x BuJo rugby at home kit priced at €55 visit shop.bujo.ie/guinness-x-bujo to order for delivery nationwide while stocks last.
Five of the kits will also feature a Guinness Golden Rugby Ticket, for the chance to win not one but two signed Irish Rugby jerseys each, from both the men’s and women’s teams.