Obviously just diageo products beer wise, you can get the FES (7%) in the lower bars and take up to the gravity bar with you. Grat views an bustling atmosphere but I find the more pubby bar downstairs. Dont waste your token pouring your own pint
Ultra touristy advertisement for Guinness but worth the visit anyway. This place can be very crowded, it is a two hour long advertisement for drinking only their beer, and you are not seeing a working brewery (more a museum). All that said its worth a visit and the the view is great from the Gravity Bar.
Yeah, it is a tourist trap, and we went to way better bars in Ireland, and yeah, it is pricy, but we absolutely loved it. Kathy opted to learn how to do a perfect pour, and got her certificate, and J and A preferred to save our beer that came as part of our fee to have on at the fancy gravity bar, which was cool with a nice view. So we did a little of both. They are both great fun options.
Każdy miłośnik piwa (każdego) powinien tu postawić swoją stopę, by dowiedzieć się więcej o produkcji, procesach i ciekawostkach związanych z tym trunkiem.
Moc interesujących eksponatów, informacji. Sympatyczna i przyjacielska obsługa. Wybór piw w barze mógłby być szerszy, no ale skoro się przyszło do Guinnessa, to nie ma co marzyć o żywcu :-) he he...
Dobrze wydane pieniądze i dobrze zorganizowany czas.
tomer (84) Rishon Le Zion, Israel | September 16, 2014
A must stop for the beer lover in Dublin, even though the place is completly tourist oriented.
The tour is interesting and my kids loved it. The pint of Guinness is fresh and tasty and the view of Dublin from the Gravithy bar is Beautifull.
How do I rate this place? Ambiance is absolutely fantastic if you like or are interested in Guinness. Everything you ever wanted to know about it, the history, brewing process, styles, pairing with food, how to pour, etc. Service is equally fantastic, no shortage of staff to help, advise, teach, pour, etc. Selection is terrible, draught and mid strength, no extra stout or foreign extra available, disappointed. Food was delicious in the restaurant on the 4th or 5th floor, gravity bar has the best view of the city, 360 degrees. Overall, a one and done kind of place, no need to go twice, interesting but would have been happy to have a selection of one-offs or special brews just for the storehouse.
Visited some time ago, but it obviously made a great impression. A nice tour around the brewery, intended for the tourists. But still, worth visiting when in Dublin. If not for the tour at least for the pint of Guinness at the Gravity Bar which comes together with a great view.