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The Storehouse is laid out in the shape of a giant pint glass. As you move up you can look down at the floors below you. The original lease to the building is in the floor encased in glass on the first level, in the and quot;bottom of the pint and quot;
The room where you learn how to pour Guinness and then get to drink your free pint. Very refreshing!
All I can say is yum, yum, yum. Guinness bread topped with smoked salmon and cheese.
I am not a sweets person but I had two of these at the food tasting. So good!! Guinness Chocolate Mousse...can we say genius?
A wall of recipes. I took home all the recipes they had out.
A video is running talking about roasting the barley.
The beautiful green hops on display.
A wall talking about barley. There are video screens as well showing it being harvested.
The front of the building. You will see lots of horses and carriages as well because this is how Guiness was first transported to locations.
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