Urban myth claims a pint of Guinness in Dublin tastes better than anywhere else on earth, and the Guinness Storehouse lets you put it to the test.
Dublin’s number one tourist attraction, the storehouse is an impressive conversion of an old grain store opposite the original St. James’s Gate Brewery and a private tour gives a fascinating insight into Ireland’s world famous stout.
The tour begins with an introduction to the beer’s four ingredients—water, barley, hops and yeast—followed by a history of the legendary Guinness family, an exhibition of iconic Guinness advertising and finally a welcome pint of ‘the black stuff’ in the glass-enclosed penthouse bar. With winning views of the city, bay and distant Wicklow mountains, that pint is bound to taste special.
Paul Carty, Managing Director
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St. James’s Gate, Dublin 8