Like cookies and milk or mac and cheese, some food just belongs together and one of Guinness's best culinary pals is most certainly seafood and, in this writer's opinion, most definitely smoked fish.
The best-selling copyrighted book of all time, a favorite tome synonymous with world records and named for Ireland's most famous drink Guinness stout, but are the Guinness World Records actually Irish?
Once again dubbed Ireland's most popular tourist attraction, Guinness Storehouse saw its number of visitors grow by 32 percent, while 25% of all visitors in 2019 hailed from the United States.
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A new Instagram page is featuring New York City's most "shite" pours of Guinness.
Christmas adverts are already hitting our screens and this Irish pub has created one using Guinness that is sure to go down as a classic.
Launching in January 2020, Guinness Storehouse, in Dublin city center, visitors will be invited "Behind the Gates" as part of a premium tour including a beer and food tasting.
It might sound completely crazy, but after watching some of these adverts you’ll find yourself holding back the tears.
Do you hate traditional Irish Christmas fruitcake? This chocolaty recipe includes Guinness, and you can decorate the top of the cake with the kids as normal.
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