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This American tourist's attempt at pouring the 'perfect pint' in the Guinness Storehouse is hilarious

It happens to the best of us.

THE GUINNESS STOREHOUSE is one of Dublin’s leading tourist attractions.

Just last year, over 1.6 million people visited to take in a little history about the black stuff and, of course, enjoy a pint.

As anyone who has visited the Guinness Storehouse will know, visitors are invited to pull their own pint and are rewarded with a certificate for their efforts.

But as it turns out, they have a fairly liberal interpretation of what constitutes “a perfect pint”.

Earlier this evening, Lonely Planet editor Megan Eaves shared a priceless photo of her aunt Jane Soyka’s visit to the Guinness Storehouse.

Soyka, who hails from New Mexico, visited the Guinness Storehouse during a trip to Dublin a few years ago and was awarded a certificate for “pouring the perfect pint of Guinness”.

Despite the pint being, er, a little unconventional.

Ah perfect.

perf Source: David Soyka

Eaves explained to that the family were reminded of the honour thanks to Facebook’s On This Day feature.

Would still drink it, tbh.

dri Source: David Soyka

(h/t Megan Eaves)

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