Ireland 2019: Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse

Beer lovers and Irish Rovers fans, you will like today’s post by ‘crowcanyonjournal’.

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We had two hop-offs on our sightseeing bus tour of Dublin. The girls got off just past Dublin Castle to visit Dublin’s two great cathedrals, Christ Church and St Patrick’s. And the boys hopped off a few minutes later to tour the Guinness Storehouse, rated as the number one tourist attraction in Dublin. We would soon learn the story of Sir Arthur Guinness, who took over the St James Gate Brewery in 1759 and introduced his magic dark brew to the world.

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  1. Pastor Cathy · April 22

    Ireland 2019: Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse

    Dublin Castle

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  2. Although I am German and being born in Bavaria , surprisingly I am not a beer lover at all. Neither I do like Wuerste oder any Fleisch . Yet the history of that beer is quite interesting.

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  3. Stella, oh, Stella · April 23

    I don’t drink beer, only on very hot days … but i find the process of brewing fascinating. I would have preferred to the see the brewery, actually … 😉

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  4. Pit · April 23

    We had planned to go to Ireland this May: total itinerary planned, flights and hotels booked, and the we had to cancel. 😦 But we haven’t given up hoping for next year.

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    • Peter Klopp · April 23

      Best wishes for next year, Pit!

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      • Pit · April 24

        Thanks, Peter, but who knows. I’m still very skeptical about how soon we will overcome this virus at least to an extent that we will be able to travel again.

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  5. Ann Coleman · April 24

    We visited Ireland last year and loved it…thanks so much for this reminder!

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  6. Ankur Mithal · May 2

    Thanks. Different from the usual. Visited the Anheuser-Busch brewery in St. Louis many years back during some free time on a work trip. The free beer at the end of the tour turned out to be the clinching argument.

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