The Guinness Brewery, St James’s Gate, Dublin 8
Going to Dublin without trying a pint of Guinness is like going to Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. If you want to find out more about how the most famous black beer in the world is made, then you should go the Guinness Storehouse.

Guinness was created by Arthur Guinness in 1759 at the St. Jame’s Gate Brewery. The Guinness Storehouse is housed in what was the former fermentation room which dates back to 1904 and is where beer was fermented until 1988.

The factory and Guinness building were converted into a museum in 2000 and the factory shows the four ingredients necessary to make beer and the fermentation process. Gravity Bar is located on the 7th floor of the building and you can enjoy a pint of beer while looking at the wonderful panoramic view of Dublin city.

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