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Guinness Storehouse, Dublin

Guinness Storehouse is another must-go attraction in Dublin, Ireland. Unlike the Irish Whiskey Museum and other distilleries here, people do not follow a tour guide during their visit. Instead, there are arrows all around to escort guests to experience the storehouse in proper order. First the beer-making process is introduced in detail through unused machinery, pictures, videos, and information boards. There are plenty of things to keep visitors entertained, like photobooths, tastings, bars, beer-pouring lessons, a whistling oyster (hehe), gift shop, and more.


So this is how hops look like……


On the top of the storehouse- Gravity Bar. Tom Cruise has been here before! 🙂


There is an indoor bar on the top floor of the building named Gravity Bar. A decent view of Dublin can be seen here. With the purchased entrance ticket, guests can choose to enjoy a free beer (Guinness, of course) at Gravity, or attend the beer-pouring lesson… either way there will be a beer in your hand by the end of the day.


This is the part where a specialist teaches visitors how to taste Guinness. This is not the free beer at the end; that one is a lot bigger- I promise.

Location: St James’s Gate, Dublin 8, Ireland

Cost: Adults €20 (€18.00 online), Student (18+) €16


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