GuinnessIrish Nirvana
Arthur Guinness started brewing ales in 1759 at the St. James’s Gate Brewery, Dublin. On 31 December 1759, he signed a 9,000-year lease at £45 per year for the brewery. Guinness is now one of the most successful beer brands worldwide, and the most often poured in Ireland.

So, this St. Patrick’s Day, let’s raise a pint to honor centuries of this Irish brilliance.

Draught is rich, creamy, and distinctively black. This is one beautiful beer. The contrast of the beer and head is striking. Sweet and bitter harmonize with a velvety finish. And, just as the unmistakable white head sits flush atop the dark beer, so do the flavors counter and combine perfectly.

Extra Stout is a direct descendant of the Guinness archival recipes and based on a beer first brewed in 1821. Brewed in Dublin, Guinness Extra Stout is crafted from finest quality malt, hops, and Irish barley. Sharp and crisp to the taste, it’s an entirely different experience from the smooth, creamy Guinness Draught.

Pouring the Perfect Pint
Check out this video. There are six steps to pouring an impeccable pint—it’s all in the detail, from the tilt of the glass to the surge and the settle, culminating in a beer that’s made to be savored.

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