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Dublin: 16 °C Saturday 4 July, 2020

All Irish beer drinkers are going to want to visit the new Guinness brewery in Dublin


A FEW WEEKS ago we told you about Guinness’ new ‘experimental’ brewery opening at St. James’s Gate.

The Open Gate Brewery offers beer aficionados the chance to try new beers and get up close and personal with Guinness brewers.

It looks a little like this inside.

Today the brewery officially opened its doors to the public and will now be open to visitors on every Thursday and Friday evening.

The Open Gate Brewery will have a selection of experimental beers for sale during the festive period, including Imperial Dunkelweiss beer and Milk Stout. (Warning: the Imperial Dunkelweiss is apparently 8.4%.)

Entrance to the Open Gate Brewery costs €6 and that fee includes some sample beers to try on the night. (The likes of Hop House 13 Lager, Dublin Porter and West Indies Porter will also be available on tap.)

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