Guinness Storehouse

The smell of fermented barley has hung over St. James' Gate since 1759 when the Guinness brewery first produced the turf dark stout. Today, the scent of barley still lies heavy in the air as you walk through the Guinness Storehouse, once a storage spot for the brew, now a high tech museum. Here interactive exhibits bring the beer's fermenting process to life and allow visitors to taste-test a fresh brew. To top it off, head up to The Gravity Bar on the roof to pick up your free pint of the black stuff and savour the panoramic sweep of the city below.

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