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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.
Jan 6th 2017, 10:02 PM 7,865 2

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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