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Guinness Storehouse Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Guinness Storehouse Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

The Guinness Storehouse is reputed to be the
number one attraction for international visitors to Ireland. Literally millions have visited the Storehouse
since it opened in the year 2000. The home of the famous black brew is located
near the city center of Dublin, in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Guinness
Storehouse is an impressive public exhibition devoted to Ireland’s most famous
drink. Visitors can view the brewing process and
learn the history of Guinness. There are numerous excellent displays about
Guinness, and its fascination history and brewing processes. And of course no visit would be complete without
a taste test in the tasting laboratory. On the top floor is the Gravity Bar, which has a 360-degree view of Dublin, and is where you can collect your free pint
of Guinness.

Reader Comments

  1. Decent video but they forgot to mention a few things. They don't give you a "free pint". They trick you because the cost of the pint and the shot glass taste test you get in the tasting room is included in your roughly $25 entrance fee. TheΒ 5th floor, which has a few restaurants that serve food cooked using Guinness (The best beef stew I've ever had and a damn good Bailey's Irish coffee). The "Guinness Academy" where you're brought into a room and taught how to pour the perfect pint. You also get a neat certificate as a souvenir. Right before you enter this room the staff ask you if you want to use your ticket for your so called "free pint" now, or up in the Gravity Bar. If you choose to use it here you can bring the pint upstairs to the Gravity Bar at least. I just came from so there an hour ago so I know.

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