Guinness Storehouse Tour Dublin – Good For Non-Beer Drinkers?

Guinness Storehouse Tour Dublin

Are you thinking about doing the Guinness Tour in Dublin but you not the biggest fan of beer let alone Guinness and you are wondering if it’s even worth your time, let alone money? Well luckily for you guys; I have a whole article here for you to read, so you can weight option the for and against visiting the Guinness Storehouse.

Guinness Storehouse Dublin

Is there more than Beer in the Storehouse?

A place that crafts one of the most recognizable beer brands in the world, it’s going to be mostly about the crafting of beer. But saying this there are reasons to visit, even if you don’t personally enjoy beer.

Personally, I wouldn’t plan to visit the Guinness Storehouse if I had no passion for the beer and was traveling alone. But if you are the one in the group that doesn’t like beer don’t worry there is stuff you too!

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You will learn about how to they make the Perfect Guinness too

History of Dublin

Some might just see the Guinness storehouse as a place they craft and design beer, but others see it as the biggest reason Dublin is what it is today!

Arthur Guinness signed a lease 9000-year lease to change the history of Ireland. He had a large vision for Guinness and doing so had a big vision for Dublin. Since the lease was signed the Guinness family have supported the expansion of Dublin and in turn shaped the history of Dublin.

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Supporting Ireland

Putting a pint

Ok, this is beer related but learning how to pull the perfect pint is a pretty cool skill to have. If you have never pulled a pint before (or even an expert) you get to stand behind a training bar and learn perfect pour technique.

  • Pick a clean glass
  • Hold at 45′
  • pour 3/4 full
  • Allow Beer to settle
  • Pour the final 1/4 giving you the perfect head
  • Doing this all in 119.5 seconds
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The Guinness pints and how they change color when allowed to settle 

Great for people interested in business

If you are a key business mind you will enjoy the information on Arthur Guinness, He was a true visionary and wasn’t scared to make waves to create what he wanted. He didn’t just create a beer he made a legacy.

There is information about how advertising improved the Guinness image and how it continually growing around the world!

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How the design of the Beer bottle changed over time


The best place to see the sights of Dublin. You can have a drink while looking out at the whole of Dublin. There is information on the windows to even tell you what you are looking at.

I could of sat there for hours, but I was already nursing a hangover and it was only 11 in the morning.

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this picture would be better if I was so thirsty

Gift shop, Cafe and Restaurant

You might not like beer but you might know someone who does! There are lots of other items in the gift shops like wallets, rugby shirts, t-shirts, Keyrings, Glasses and lots more.

The Cafe and restaurant have a range of different foods and drinks to try. Like Guinness mocha and nitro coffee. Their range of Guinness Items is surprising

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Right next to the exit and entry…

Try a beer at the source it might change your mind

Going to the source might just change your mind, Personally not a massive fan of Guinness but the experience of the tasting room and the fact you pull your own drink, it would be rude not to try a beer or two!

How many people can say they have had a Guinness in the home of Guinness?

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No traveling time…Apart from straight up stairs

Thanks for reading

If you enjoyed this Article on the Guinness storehouse and are looking for more things to do in around Dublin make sure you check out Europe page and scroll down to Dublin Ireland!

But if you want more than Dublin check out Lots Of History In Galway, Ireland – Things To See and maybe take a tour over there… it’s amazing.

Thanks again, Don’t forget to smash it!

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