- Taking a ‘Stoutie.’ That’s not a typo. Guinness has upped the ante on the ‘selfie.’ Of course you’ll be taking selfies with your pint in front of the circular Gravity Bar’s floor-to-ceiling windows. But you can now also print your selfie on the thick, creamy foam of your Guinness. Then take a selfie with your ‘stoutie!’
- Learning the legendary, six-step ritual of pouring your own pint at the ‘Guinness Academy.’
- Immersing yourself in the ‘Connoisseur Experience,’ for real beer devotees. It’s an even more in-depth tasting and storytelling experience that gives you even more insights into the origins and flavors of Guinness.
- Going behind the scenes of the actual, operating Guinness brew-floor on a tour of the actual Guinness brewery that has been in operation since the 1700’s.
- Discovering the perfect pairing of Guinness and food at one of the several dining venues. At 1837 Bar & Brasseries (named after the year that Guinness and local Irish oysters were declared a perfect culinary match) you can dine on oysters, beef and stout stew and other local classics with curated beer pairings, or enjoy another pint at Arthur’s Bar, along with sausages and mash, and other pub food, or dine from another beer-paired, seafood-inspired menu at the Brewers’ Dining Hall, with its open kitchen, inspired by workers’ dining halls from the brewery’s history.
- Collecting more than just your average branded merchandise at a shop that sells T’s with the brewer’s iconic Irish harp motif – as well as some souvenirs thought up by some brilliant Guinness minds. You can also get that harp logo in a so-hideous-it’s-fun Christmas sweater, which is also available in a version covered in pint glasses. Or personalize your own pint glass with elegant etching – perfect for your bar at home or favorite beer lover!
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