Guinness Storehouse


With its origins in a 9,000 lease signed over 250 years ago, a Mr A Guinness negotiated a lease on a disused brewery from which for millions of gallons of the black stuff has been brewed and shipped all over the world. Though many would argue that the famous brew does not travel well, so a sip or two in the Storehouse rooftop bar and a few other local hostelries might be in order to kick off a lifetime proof or disproof of such a theory.


One of the most visited of Dublin‘s attractions, the Storehouse offers the chance to learn everything you ever wanted to know about this world famous beer and were afraid to ask. A short audio visual provides some interesting insights into the brewing process down through the ages.


And for a happy ending visitors can enjoy their free pint with a prime view of the city’s skyline from the rooftop bar afterwards.