St Patrick's Day weekend with Guinness and a free ride home? Yes, please!
It really is a match made in heaven this St Patrick's Day weekend as the Guinness Brewery in Maryland has teamed up with Lyft to give lucky visitors a free ride home.
Now all of your party can head along to the brewery to celebrate March 17 without feeling bad for the designated driver who is making sure you all get home safe. Let Guinness worry about that for you!
The St Patrick's Day weekend promises to be an absolute stormer in the Maryland brewery, the first Guinness US brewery to open in some 60 years.
Not only that but across four of the ticketed celebrations taking place, anyone who shows Guinness staff their Lyft receipt from the ride to the brewery will get a free ride home! The ride home will be covered up to $20 for the first 500 users.
The car service has also allocated a brand new pick-up spot at the brewery complete with solar-powered phone chargers because we know that your battery is going to be dead after taking all those selfies with your Guinness 'staches.
This amazing offer will be open to those going to any of Guinness' four ticketed events running over March 16 and 17. Each occasion will include an Irish beer tap take over, live music, limited edition merchandise, a holiday-themed food menu, the debut of the new Guinness Food Truck, and much more.
For just $15 a ticket, you'll get your first can of beer (choice of Draught or Blonde), a donation to charity, and a commemorative button, as well as getting the opportunity to enjoy a bit of Ireland at the brewery's first St Patrick's Day since opening in August 2018.
To visit the brewery on March 16 and 17, you must be 21+, have a valid ID, and purchase a ticket to one of the planned sessions:
- Saturday 3/16 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
- Saturday 3/16 - 5:00pm – 10:00pm
- Sunday 3/17 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
- Sunday 3/17 - 5:00pm – 10:00pm
For directions on how to get to the Guinness US brewery, check out our handy guide and keep up with what’s brewing in Baltimore at www.GuinnessBreweryBaltimore.
And above all, be sure to enjoy St. Patrick's Day responsibly!