Guinness Storehouse in Dublin
Take the Guinness Storehouse tour and learn the art of pouring the perfect pint. The ingredients, the process, the history, and the passion are all revealed. And, you’ll get to taste test different samples of the stout along the way. The tour ends at the rooftop Gravity Bar with a free pint of…you’ve guessed it, Guinness! The highest bar in Ireland’s capital city, you’ll get to sip the good stuff while enjoying 360-degree unobstructed views of the city of Dublin.
Famous for its advertising
Not just famous for the ‘Black Stuff’, Guinness has been making a name for itself in the advertising world. Ground-breaking campaigns continue to push creative boundaries to tell their story. From a herd of white horses riding waves, to Compton Cowboys choosing animals over gang life.
Other interesting facts about Guinness Storehouse in Dublin
- The Guinness factory in Dublin was a key stop during the state visit of the British monarchy Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip back in 2011
- Over 3 million pints are brewed at the Guinness Brewery at St. James’ Gate every day
- It would take 14.3 million pints of Guinness to fill the giant pint glass at the entrance of the factory
- Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000-year lease for the Guinness Storehouse site
- More than 1.6 million people walked through the doors of the Guinness Storehouse in 2016
- Guinness has become the brand most associated with Ireland globally