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Guinness fans are invited to homecoming homecoming

Tuesday, 27th February, 2018 7:59am
Guinness fans are invited to homecoming homecoming

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Guinness fans are invited to homecoming homecoming

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THE Guinness Storehouse is hosting its first ever ‘Guinness Storehouse Homecoming,’ a once off at-night event in the brewery on St Patrick’s Day.

Access to the event is exclusively awarded through a competition to the world’s biggest Guinness fans.

The lucky winners and a friend will experience life beyond the gates with rare, behind-the-scenes access to the legendary brewery, before enjoying a night of music and entertainment in the world-famous Gravity Bar overlooking the Dublin skyline. 

 More than 70 million people across the world celebrate St Patrick’s Day.

Like the Irish, Guinness beers travelled the world and is now served in 118 countries.

To embrace he spirit of St Patricks Day, the Guinness Storehouse is setting out to unite its fans from the four corners of the world.

To be in with a chance to secure a place at the event, Guinness fans are invited to represent a country Guinness is sold in.

Announcing the Guinness Storehouse Homecoming, Paul Carty, Managing Director, Guinness Storehouse said: “Each year people across the world celebrate St Patrick’s Day with a Guinness.

“It is a unique celebration that promotes the universal values of friendship that transcend language and culture.

“Capturing the spirit of the day, we wanted to do something special and acknowledge our fans in the four corners of the world-  by welcoming them behind the gates for our most inclusive celebrations yet – the Guinness Storehouse Homecoming.” 

 The winners will come together at the Guinness Storehouse on St Patrick’s Day - the ultimate bucket list experience for Guinness fans.

Kicking off at dusk, guests will meander through the tunnels and train tracks that map the legendary St James’s Gate Brewery before meeting the brewers.

From there, they will then explore the rich 258-year heritage, trawling through historical artefacts with an archivist.

 To enter the competition, log on to www.guinness-storehouse.com and answer ‘Across the world people come together over a pint of Guinness. To join the ‘Guinness Storehouse Homecoming’, share a meaningful story that connects you to Guinness’. 

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