Telling the locals that you’re not a Guinness fan, is like telling Rudolph that you don’t believe in Santa.

On that note, off to the brewery we go!  
 Talk about Santa, Hayden was like a kid at Christmas getting the tickets.  I had more fun watching him than experiencing the actual tour! 

 
I’ll take you on the condensed version of this self guided maze through the brewery in Dublin. Grab a pint and enjoy the ride! 

    

    
    
    
   
Reaching the end of the tour meant for a spectacular view and a complementary pint! 
   
Thank you Hayden for helping me with my drink as I’m sure it’s against some unspoken law to leave a full pint at the Guinness brewery! 

 

Beer not your thing? Well, in courtesy of you I wanted to show the whiskey side of Dublin.  Come along during our lesson through the Jameson distillery!   

    
    
     

    

So there you have it, two of the most famous tours done inside the capital of Ireland.  Unfortunatly this was all the time we allowed for in Dublin as we were eager to spend the rest of our time in the country side.  Lace up, take a walk, cross your fingers and buckle up… 

 
Random thought for the day:

If you were offerred unlimited adult beverages for 10 years at no charge, but you had to drink the exact same thing every time, would you do it?  

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One thought on “Telling the locals that you’re not a Guinness fan, is like telling Rudolph that you don’t believe in Santa.

  1. Robin Stanley

    I’m a Guinness Girl all the way! (And it’s lower in alcohol than a lot of the new brews being created these days.) We never made it to the Guinness brewery or Jameson distillery, but if you get to the south coast area, the Waterford factory tour is priceless, even if you don’t buy anything.

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