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Loved this tour....Save yourself for the end! That rooftop bar is heaven -- the Irish may all describe Guinness as mother's milk and it's savored more in that venue! Enjoy your tour. My boys and I loved it.
MRS merlyn A i Australia
An amazing experience,very well presented historical information and the guinness tasted yummmyyy
It was nice not to wait in the long lines. Even though it was very crowded, the staff did their best to attend to our needs. The generous pour of Guinness was enjoyed by all. A must see in Dublin!
I have been told for years that I have not tried the real Guinness that it doesn't travel well, and that I needed to go to Ireland to try the real stuff. I was skeptical, but figured I would give it a go since I was going to Dublin and I love beer. So why not, right?
I'm so glad I did! The staff was friendly, the museum portion was slick, and obviously the best part was drinking Guinness straight from the source. It seriously can't be beat, and now I don't think I could possibly drink it in any other country now. Oh, and they teach you how to pour it properly! It's amazing how much of a difference that makes!
A must do while in Dublin. It is a self guided tour but very nicely done. There are employees around to answer any questions you may have. At the end, go up to the top floor and enjoy a pint of Guinness along with the best views of Dublin. A must do tour!
Had an excellent tour! The bus driver are really professional in introducing the places we passed by. Derek, one of the most entertaining driver I ever met! He even sang lovely songs with his excellent voices!! Highly recommended to get the dublin pass! I took 2days pass, actually went to Guinness storehouse twice! You are allow to enter for free for all the important attraction site once a day!!
Doing what: Dublin Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
When in Dublin, you cannot miss this great experience, especially if you love the black stuff. Pencil out half a day to get the best experience. You will love the experience and even get a certificate for pulling a perfect pint of Guinness and a follow up activity to drink this delicious pint.
Excellent! Enjoyed the Guinness History and particularly the pint at the end of the tour!
Also some interesting facts about the brewing process. Highly recommended!
Skip the line, it was huge. We walked right in. Be mindful, although the views from Sky bar are great, it is crowded up there and they only serve Guinness draught. The restaurant and bars on the lower floors will let you cash in your free pint chip for ANY of the styles of Guinness. Cash it in down there and just go for the views up above.
Neat to see... and experience your own Guinness pour.
We chose to meet at 4:00 and end our day with the tour and a pint unfortunately so did everybody else. The observation deck was packed and almost impossible to move. The tour was great but I would switch my day around and start much earlier even if it meant passing on the free pint or maybe just starting your day off with a Guinness instead of coffee!
Thomas M USA
Had a great time at the Guinness Storehouse. There was a lot of information and you could go at your own pace. Loved the Gravity Bar and the views of Dublin
Best way to experience Guinness at the storehouse. We were in a private bar with only 15 people other people and had a dedicated guide that discussed the history of Guinness, poured tastings of Guinness not usually available and you learned to pour your own pint. It was great fun. If you book the last 2 tours, go a few hours early to tour the actual facility. otherwise, you are limited in time and the restaurants are closed afterwards.
This was the highlight of our trip. We had a learning experience as well as fun learning how to make the perfect pour of Guinness draft. The host was provided us with much information about the beers brewed by Guinness, including the history and how they rated in total sales. The comparative tasting of each beer was educational. We were given a bottle of our favorite to take with us and our perfect pour draft. This experience was OUTSTANDING and it gave us the chance to seat in comfortable quiet surroundings rather than having to push and shove through the masses to reach the bar at the top of the Storehouse. If we return to Dublin, we would repeat this experience.
We had a great time at Guinness. Two in our group of 8 were delayed getting to Dublin and the reception office was kind enough to hold their tickets for the next day. We were very grateful and impressed. It was a fun time.
Very interesting, you get to know all Guinness history, from the ingredients to marketing and on the top of that you get a Guinness pint on the end and you can serve it! I really loved the academy, nice experience.
What fun!! Didn't expect this to be one of the highlights of Dublin. Had my first Guinness ever and proceeded to join the step dancing!! Great entertainment and interactive displays. Worth visiting while in Dublin!!
Although a lot of people visiting, the information, the staff and the Guinness were very good. Really enjoyed the tasting and the free pint at the end.
Good tour, good Guinness........what more do you want?
Guinness should be at the top of everyone's list when you go to Dublin. Great beer, great fun, and an informative tour too. As we also, went out to the Wicklow Mountains to see where that special water comes from, we enjoyed it all the more.
If you love Guinness it is a must. If you do not love Guinness it is still a must. The history along with the tastings are great. It is well worth the extra money compared to the normal tour.
Many people online recommended skipping the Guinness Storehouse tour, but we decided to take the Connoisseur Taste Experience and we're glad we did. While it was a little more expensive than the regular tours it turned out to be a much more personable experience. Just a group of 12 tourists with a Guinness connoisseur in the private tasting room. I think we got much more out of it than just getting to taste the beer. We really learned about the history and how this beveridge shaped Ireland. We highly recommend it.
Very crowded, not much a of a brewery tour, but more of a history of Guinness. Still, overall it is worth it just for the beer and the view at the top.
Sue R Australia
Very enjoyable visit to the Guinness Storehouse even though it was very crowded. Amazing views of Dublin from the top floor of the building. Would recommend a Skip the Line ticket as we gained direct entry without standing in the long queue.
If you have some free time it is a nice visit for the 360 bar... some of the best views of the city. But I would recommend the Jameson tour over the Guinness tour if you had to pick one.
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