Introduction To Guinness

Guinness is an Irish dry stout characterised by its distinctive black body topped with a creamy head. The art of producing a perfect pint with a shamrock design is still promoted and sought out by fans.

Brewed originally in St James Gate in Dublin in the 18th century; this staple stout has been loved by generations and now is available in 12 different varieties including Guinness Extra Cold, Guinness Red, Guinness Draft and the Guinness Original.

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