Friday, 3 February 2017

Guinness Storehouse, Dublin - Ireland

If you we've been following us on Twitter, you will know that we have been to Dublin for just over 24 hours for James' birthday on Wednesday (1st February) and this is one of the main things we did when we were there. We will be posting an overall post of our time in Dublin, but this is just a brief summary and a load of photos in the Guinness Storehouse.

 

 

There are several levels to the Storehouse and the ground floor is purely about the beginning and the main information to know about the beer, down to the grains and the water information.

 

 

On floor number two, there is The Tasting Room, which you are welcomed into a room with different fragrances of the beer and even given a small sample of Guinness, then brought into another room to have a demonstration on how to drink and taste Guinness the correct way.

The third floor is all about the Advertising, 

 

 

Upon the fourth floor you can learn how to Pour the Perfect Pint, which of course, we did and followed up to the top floor with the Gravity Bar, where you can experience a 360 view of Dublin while enjoying our very own freshly and perfectly poured pint of Guinness. 

 

We spent most of our afternoon here, as there is just so much to see, some interaction and to learn about the famous Irish Guinness. If you ever find yourself in Dublin, this is most definitely an experience you'd want to remember and it is one of Dublin's major landmarks.

Make sure to read all about our full 24 hours over on our next post, or if you want to see all of our foodie posts, head over to www.foodandbaker.co.uk

Disclaimer: We were given Dublin Media Passes, so our visit to the Guinness Storehouse was complimentary, but as always, all opinions and photos are our own.

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8 comments

  1. This looks like a lot of fun! I am not the world's biggest fan of Guinness but even I would have been intrigued by this visit, the 360 degree view in the Gravity Bar sounds like a fantastic experience! Thanks so much for sharing with us, and a big happy birthday to James!

    Abbey 😘 www.abbeylouisarose.co.uk

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  2. Aw, happy late birthday! What a cool way to spend a birthday. Now you have to find opportunities to pour beer for your friends. You need to put that knowledge to use, ya know? 😉

    Breanna Catharina
    toocuteforlife.com

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  3. Hi, you looked like you had a great time sampling the delights of the Guinness experience. I wish I had visited on my trip to Dublin, maybe next time. enjoy your time in Ireland, Chloe #TeacupClub

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  4. I personally don't drink Guinness but I know a few people who do and would love the second floor to get a free sample

    Tasha x

    http://itsatashathing.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/21st-birthday-haul.html

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  5. Looks like a great laugh. Guiness reminds me of my late grandad and when I worked as an ambassador for them. Would love to visit Dublin also! X
    www.lolitabonita.co.uk

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  6. It looks like you had a great time! I've never tried Guinness before but I'm not sure I'll like it haha!

    L xo
    www.lindsaymurrell.co.uk

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  7. I'm not a beer drinker but this looks like a cool experience! Should I ever get the chance to drag my boyfriend, he would so appreciate it.

    S .x http://ramblingsofayoungprgirl.blogspot.com/

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  8. I'd love to go visit the Guinness factory - person I've always been put off from it because it has traces of fish bladder in it but it looks like it'd be really to go to anyway and I know so many people who'd enjoy it! Also we have the same coat and that is amazing haha hope James had the best birthday! X

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