Over 260 years of creation
It all began in 1759, when Arthur Guinness moved to St James’s Gate in central Dublin with a lease of no less than 9,000 years! With a vision and a spirit of philanthropy, he began producing a beer to which he gave his name.
This light beer is now famous for its creamy foam and dark colour that Irish Pubs serve with patience and dedication.
In the space of 250 years, Guinness has continued to grow and distributes ten million pints around the world every day. More than just a beer, it has become a real institution: a symbol of Ireland, an emblem of St Patrick’s Day and a delight for all lovers of beers with character.
Adored in the 4 corners of the world
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