Guinness Storehouse                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Ireland East The Guinness Storehouse is located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin, which has been home to the 'black stuff' since

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Pin for Later: 83 Travel Experiences to Have While You're Alive and Breathing Go to the Guinness Brewery in Dublin Source: Instagram user danmumford, Instagram user followthefrog

Go to the Guinness Brewery in Dublin

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Guinness Brewery, Dublin, Ireland

James Gate, Guinness Brewery Dublin, Ireland, toured the place, pretty cool.

ephremhiphop:  “ beatae-memoriae:  “ St. Augustine & St. John Church by flamouroux on Flickr.  ”  this is the Augustinian parish in Dublin. I stayed there. We always call it John’s Lane for the street. The Guinness brewery is down the street.  ”

ephremhiphop: “ beatae-memoriae: “ St. Augustine & St. John Church by flamouroux on Flickr. ” this is the Augustinian parish in Dublin. I stayed there. We always call it John’s Lane for the street. The Guinness brewery is down the street. ”

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Drinking a pint at the Guiness Brewery, Dublin, Ireland -----bucket------

Sky Bar at Guinness Brewery

The Guinness Gravity Bar looks over the entire city and is the final stop of the Guinness Brewery Tour.

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Go to the Guinness Brewery in Dublin

The Guinness Storehouse is one of Dublin’s most iconic landmarks – and with good reason! Dating back to 1759, the Guinness Brewery has been scenting the city with hops for hundreds of years. In 2000, the Storehouse opened, telling the unique story of this place as well as affording visitors one of the best views in the city at its Gravity Bar. Fun fact: upon acquiring the storehouse in 1759, founder Arthur Guinness signed a lease...for 9,000 years!

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