Guinness Brewmaster Fergal Murray explains the process of pouring the perfect pint.
This takes place at the St. James Gate Brewery of Guinness in Dublin, Ireland. This is where the real production happens. This facility brews roughly three million pints per day.
The tourist part of the facility is called the Guinness Storehouse. It is the most popular tourist attraction in Ireland. It houses a museum, bar (of course), and store. This is the lobby. If you look up the atrium and you’ve had a few pints, you might believe the story that the building is shaped like a Guinness pint glass, and it would hold 14.3 million pints.
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