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How To Make Guinness Punch

You are going to love the great taste of Jamaican Guinness punch. Made with just six simple ingredients and ready in 5 minutes. A great way to have a stout beer!

Guinness punch recipe

Alcoholic Beverage: The Taste Of Guinness Punch

Traditionally made with Guinness, Supligen, condensed milk and spices, this punch drink is for the adults in the family who drinks alcohol. You can also use Nourishment or Nutrament with the Guinness punch recipe if Supligen isn’t available.

Guinness punch tastes somewhat like a strong coffee drink that’s served cold. The milk base ingredients help to reduce the bitter taste of the Guinness but add a sweet milky flavour. Think bitter-sweet milkshake with a hit of alcohol.

So if it is the bitterness of the Guinness stopping you drinking Guinness, then this recipe is for you.

Jamaican Guinness punch with nourishment

Guinness Punch With Nourishment & Other Alternatives

The traditional recipe for Guinness punch uses Supligen. Supligen is a milk-based meal supplement nutritional drink used in most Jamaican punch drink recipes.

Supligen is a product of Jamaica and is sometimes difficult to find if you’re located outside the Caribbean. Jamaicans abroad find other meal supplement alternatives with Nutrament and Nurishment

For vegans (Guinness is vegan friendly), use any plant-based milk. My favourite to use is oat milk. And sweeten the punch using vegan condensed milk.

Guinness punch

What You Need

Here are the six simple ingredients, and an optional bonus one, that you will need to make this Guinness punch.

  • Guinness: I’m using Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, which is 7.5% alcohol. If you want more alcohol in your punch, use Guinness Special Export or add rum. Use any other Guinness if you want less alcohol.
  • Supligen: If you can’t find the Supligen or wishes to use an alternative, see above for suggestions.
  • Condensed milk: The condensed milk sweetens the drink and helps reduce the bitter taste of the Guinness. If you use a unsweeten milk alternative, you may want to use more condensed milk than the recipe recommends.
  • Essential spices: The taste won’t be the same without vanilla extract, freshly grated nutmeg and ground cinnamon.
  • Angostura bitters: Optional

How To Make

Here is how to make this punch, in just three steps the punch is ready.

How to make Guinness punch

Add Guinness, Supligen (or the alternative), condensed milk, vanilla extract, nutmeg and ground cinnamon to a blender puree for a cycle. Serve over lots of ice. If you don’t have a blender to make this punch, add all the ingredients to a kitchen container and whisk vigorously. Let it sit for a little before serving.

How long does Guinness punch last in the fridge?

Guinness punch will last in the refrigerator for up to two days. It is better to make the exact amount you wish to drink so you won’t have to store it.

Jamaican Guinness punch makes a great social drink. It has little alcohol, which means you won’t get drunk easily. But enough alcohol to put you at ease in the company of others.

Serve it at brunch or your next sit-down party.

Guinness punch recipe

How to make Guinness Punch

Quick and easy Jamaican Guinness Punch recipe, you won't regret trying.
4.49 from 31 votes
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Jamaican
Keyword: alcoholic, How to make Jamaican Guinness Punch
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Servings: 4 Servings
Calories: 156kcal
Author: Lesa


  • 1 ½ Cup (354.88 ml) Guinness
  • 1 Cup (236.59 ml) Vanilla Supligen/Nutrament/Nurishment I used Nurishment
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • ¼ tsp Freshly grated nutmeg
  • Ground cinnamon
  • ½ Cup (118.29 ml) Condensed milk
  • 3 Drops Angostura bitters (optional)


  • Pour all the ingredients into a jug and whip to combine. Or in a blender and purée.
  • Put to chill before serving.


  • If you prefer not to use meal replacement supplements, you can use almond oat or any full fat milk of your choice. I like using oats milk. 
  • Use another half cup of Guinness if you want the punch more bitter than sweet. 
  • Consume within two days of making!
  • The angostura bitters is optional. I like sharing new things that I’ve tried and like with you so you can try it too. 


Nutrition Facts
How to make Guinness Punch
Serving Size
236 ml
Amount per Serving
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat
Polyunsaturated Fat
Monounsaturated Fat
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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  1. 5 stars
    I’m Definitely trying this on the weekend!
    Thanks Lesa.

    • You are very welcome.

    • Kelvina suprema

      5 stars
      I am so happy I found this recipe!
      Years ago I rented a room in London from a lovely lady and her 2 kids. She was from Wales, her tastes in food were world wide and when she said jump! you asked how high!
      I moved abroad and we lost touch after a few years. I have thought about her often. One day she was making this punch and I instantly turned my nose up. Guinness, tinned milk and whatever else was she was mixing in there, a collection of things I don’t like, no thanks. I think she added vanilla ice cream to it aswell but I can’t be sure. I was dreading it being ready but oh my days it was delicious. I dont know why I thought about this after so long but I’m shopping tomorrow for the ingredients.

  2. 5 stars
    Thank you so much for the recipes. Very much appreciated. Reminds me of my Grannie’s Sorrel Drink (she was born in Montego Bay) use to make with fresh Sorrel from Jamaica.
    Thank you again


    5 stars
    Great for the front.
    My back strong.

  4. 5 stars

    Been thinking about making this for a while.

    Thanks for spending time writing the instructions, tastes real good.

  5. In Trinidad and Tobago Guinness is a drink that i grew up drinking for energy and low iron they also added an egg beaten in a bowl with some lime peel to cut the smell of the egg’s freshness, for a bit of strength, mixing all together so good of a taste and only one a mouth you could drink that mixture in those days Thank you for letting the people of this generation know that is something they can drink and not for a show or to be scared of the bitter taste

  6. 5 stars
    I tried this and I enjoyed it. Thank you so much. I also added half of a banana and added Oats, it was amazing.

  7. Roxanne Donaldson

    5 stars

  8. I cant wait to try this recipe but i just have one question? How long does this punch last in the refrigerator?

  9. 5 stars
    Top notch thank you. I did a non alcoholic one and it was delish!!!!

  10. Minerva Catalina Armenteros Guzmán

    5 stars
    I know it recipe with Guinness,so I recommend you.Dra Minerva.

  11. Rebecca Brown

    5 stars
    My husband is a bus’s driver and one of his passengers of Jamaican origin was junking her shopping trolley on recently and he had a joke with her about what she had bought. She told him it was her Guinness! Another passenger recently told him it will be for her Guinness Punch and told him to Google it….. so here we are! We have a shopping list of our own now. Can’t wait to try this because we LOVE Guinness 🥰 thank you for sharing this recipe

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