In Ireland, if you want to taste the freshest Guinness beer, you must visit the Guinness Black Beer Exhibition Hall in Dublin. Witness the brewing process with your own eyes. The three-dimensional sensory enjoyment will undoubtedly make the mellow and smooth black beer in your throat more refreshing. The Guinness Black Beer Exhibition Hall, built in 1904, belongs to the Chicago architectural style. The whole building is made of steel bars. The exquisite lighting design makes the whole exhibition hall glorious and makes people always in a phantom space. The beer exhibition hall has eight floors, which systematically introduces the brewing process of beer. The Guinness Black Beer Exhibition Hall receives tens of thousands of visitors every year, and has become a popular tourist attraction in Dublin. St James's Gate Brewery Brewery is one of Dublin's most famous landmarks. It's also a beer house for consumers to experience for themselves. There's also a round bar that can enjoy the city from a 360-degree perspective. We go from the first floor to the eighth floor. Beer brewing process is to watch flowers (I can't understand it anyway), must not pass is to get a ticket for a large glass of black beer ah! As far as I can see, there are at least three places where we can get black beer. When we were told that the place where we started queuing was self-pressure beer, we went to the sightseeing bar on the eighth floor. This round bar has almost 360 degrees glass fence. It's a wonderful view of the bar! ___________ Get a large glass of black beer and drink it! Look at the big glass and finish it without any trouble. Later, I went to the bar on the fifth floor to see, of course, the eight-storey landscape is invincible. What a delicious beer!
Tickets include a glass of free beer, and many visitors are concentrated on the second floor of the tasting hall to taste black beer. There's a lot of space, people sit or stand around beer barrels, a lot of sofa chairs and tea tables. Tap dancing and traditional Irish broom dancing are performed on the front stage. Actors invite tourists to participate, I did not expect that the local old and small will jump, as well as Ireland's playing drums, actors explain for a while, tourists perform decently. Upon enquiry, there are performances every day in August, and only performances on weekends. We sat on the edge of the stage, drank beer, watched the program and had a rest. We stayed for two hours.
In the west of Dublin city, the location is a bit biased. Fortunately, Dublin is not big and easy to find. Adult tickets are 18 euros and students are 14.5 euros. It's worth visiting. The Chinese interpreter doesn't charge for it, but it needs to be exchanged with ID card. After visiting the production of black beer on the first and second floors, it was basically about advertising. The top gravity bar must go. The exchange vouchers sent when buying tickets are exchanged for a cup of pure black beer. It's nice to watch Dublin all around and chat while drinking. Because of his youthful appearance, he was also asked to show his passport to prove that he was over 18 years old. If you don't want to drink or are not old enough, you can ask for juice. There are also various souvenirs on the ground floor, which are quite good. By the way, you can ride in the carriage when you go out, without experiencing it, so the price is unknown.
Guinness Black Beer is Ireland's first export commodity. Guinness Black Beer is exported from Dublin, Ireland, to all parts of the world. More than 150 countries around the world have enjoyed the delicacy of Guinness Black Beer. Guinness Black Beer was introduced in 1759. Its founder was Arthur Guinness. Arthur Guinness was born in Kildell, Ireland, and his father was the archbishop's housekeeper and beer maker. In 1759, Arthur founded his own brewery in St. James's Gate, Dublin. Arthur made a major transformation in beer brewing in 1799. He stopped brewing traditional malt beer and began to brew black beer, the later London Porter Black Beer, after which Guinness Black Beer was born. Today, St. James's Gate in Berlin, Ireland still produces Guinness Black Beer. Guinness Black Beer is also produced in more than 50 countries around the world.
This black beer factory is listed as a Guinness record. The design company in London has renovated the old factory as old and modern. The tickets include a pint of strong-smelling Guinness black beer in the ring bar on the top floor. It doesn't matter that most of the guests can't finish drinking it. It's the most important thing to take pictures of the black beer factory and share it with the global social network. Human beings have the same hobbies for drinking regardless of race. 。