Guinness is good for you! Well… at least there are less calories in Guinness than most beers.
Dublin’s St. James’s Gate Brewery remains Ireland’s top international visitor attraction for 2017 with more than 1.7 million visitors.
It might sound completely crazy, but after watching some of these adverts you’ll find yourself holding back the tears.
Dating back to 1801, destined for the Caribbean, this Guinness stout now accounts for 45% of the Dublin breweries sales.
Christmas adverts 2017 are already hitting our screens and this Irish pub has created one using Guinness that is sure to go down as a classic.
The love affair between America and Guinness. "Keeping a friendship alive for 200 years require genuine mutual respect".
Barbecued steak, soda bread, tomatoes and a citrus zest! What better way to pay homage to the ultimate convenience food.
Guinness is in full celebration mode for the 200th anniversary of the iconic Irish beer's arrival in America - there's even a limited release brew so you can do a proper toast.
VIDEO: Get it while you can! Guinness celebrates 200 years in America with a limited release 200th Anniversary Stout
You don’t need nearly as much space as you used to to brew a pint, so Guinness is going to put the extra land to good use.
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