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What started as a hobby collecting beer mats ended up as a $100k Guinness shrine.
Guinness’s advertising campaigns are known throughout the world.
We always knew Guinness was magical, but have you noticed that it actually disobeys the laws of physics?
Guinness’ trademark forced the Irish government to use a reverse harp as their symbol.
Celebrating the marriage of great Irish food and drinks with this cocktail. Delicious!
Irish chef Catherine Fulvio's' take on the traditional sticky toffee pudding recipe with Guinness.
Guinness Stout and Leek and Guinness Stout and Onion sausage with your full Irish breakfast - what could be better?
Meet the man who “heard no color line in the music” in Guinness’ high-energy look at the 1930s New York jazz scene.
New brew, Guinness Zero, is a reaction to local conservative religious culture.
From Boston to Atlanta Guinness is seeking out charismatic beer fans to interact with fans.