Food + Cocktail

Grab a Guinness, it’s St. Patrick’s Day

Guinness was originally brewed back in Ireland in 1759 by a man called Arthur Guinness with only £100 to his name. With over 20 world-class brews in productions, it’s no surprise that the Guinness name is well know and loved in 150 countries. In fact, it is the most popular beer in Ireland!

Guinness

What’s one of the first things people want to do on St. Patrick’s Day? Drink beer! More specifically, they pay homage to Ireland by grabbing a Guinness.

Guinness

Guinness was originally brewed back in Ireland in 1759 by a man called Arthur Guinness with only £100 to his name. With over 20 world-class brews in productions, it’s no surprise that the Guinness name is well know and loved in 150 countries. In fact, it is the most popular beer in Ireland!

But, no matter where your pint is served, you can be sure it’s inspired by the pioneering batches of their legendary stout, crafted in Dublin, over 200 years ago.

Trackside

History

The Guinness headquarters is still housed in the heart of Dublin, Ireland. In fact, they even have a storehouse attached with everything that has to do with Guinness. So, now only can you see how the beer is brewed, but the store has everything from records and artifacts from the very beginning. Believe me, you don’t have to be a beer lover to enjoy the number one tourist attraction in Dublin!

Celebrate with a cold one, or two, this St. Patrick’s Day at Trackside and see what all the fuss is about!

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