The classic pint of Guinness.
Miniature Guinness shot glass commemorating the company's 250th anniversary this year.
Miniature Guinness pint glasses were made to celebrate the 250th anniversary as well.
The Guinness storehouse gates in the St. James's Gate brewing site, Dublin.
Tourists take pictures in the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin.
Staff from the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, celebrate a record number of visitors who have flocked to the home of the black stuff.
A tourist drinks a pint of Guinness in the Gravity bar at the Guinness storehouse, Dublin.
A pint of Guinness, on a table, in the Gravity bar at the Guinness storehouse, Dublin.
An Ireland fan with a huge inflatable bottle of Guinness
A Wales fan drinks a pint of Guinness at a rugby match.
View of a Guinness Premiership Corner Flag at a rugby match.
A man dressed as a pint of Guinness takes part in the Lifestyle Sports Adidas Dublin Marathon.
A man enjoys a pint and a cigarette - simultaneously - in a bar in Central London.
"The Good Old Days" for Irish smokers - a man having a Guinness and a cigarette in a Dublin pub. (Smoking is now banned in Irish pubs.)
Five foot high pints of Guinness used to promote the Irish brew at 150,000 pubs and bars around the globe on St. Patrick's Day.
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