Brewing Guinness in Dublin, Ireland



(Above image illustrates draft Guinness being dispensed as the Storehouse.)

The Guinness Storehouse is located in Dublin, Ireland’s capital city.

The Storehouse proved a noisy, popular, vibrant, slick visitor attraction over seven floors culminating in the Gravity Bar experience which provides a panoramic view over Dublin City including eighteen major sites ranging from the Wellington Monument to the Wicklow Mountains.

The core message is to describe the brewing process, principally how:
  • Barley is malted, roasted, milled, mixed with hot water and mashed;
  • Liquid is filtered off and boiled with hops;
  • Yeast is added and fermentation commences; and
  • The beer is clarified, matured and prepared for packaging.
Other aspects of the tour include ingredients, cooperage, transport, tasting and advertising.
Bar

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Brewing Vat

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Inside the Storehouse Visitor Experience

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Brewing Plant at Guinness, Dublin

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Traditional Irish Music in Gravity Bar

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Panorama of Dublin from atop the Visitor Centre

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