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Gillian O'Callaghan, Claire Cadogan, Karen Murphy and Alice Keogh pictured at the unveiling of the new Guinness ‘Pour Your Own Pint’ experience in the Skeff on Thursday night. The interactive Guinness experience is proving very popular with customers. They can pour their own pint at specially designed tables, complete with Guinness and Carlsberg taps and customer seating.
Patrons at the Skeff can enjoy a pint of Guinness or Carlsberg at a private table without queuing for the bar following the launch of the new Guinness® Pour Your Own Pint experience.
Lawrence Hennigan from Attymass in County Mayo is organising a two week Tradfest in Manchester to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Ireland's favourite stout. The Guinness Tradfest takes place in Levenshulme which is home to the biggest Irish community outside London and is a village which has close links to Mayo. It is one of the highlights of this year’s Manchester Irish Festival and runs from Friday March 6 to Saturday March 21, the festival will stage close to 200 events at 32 venues, enough to represent each of Ireland’s 32 counties throughout Greater Manchester, making it one of Europe’s biggest Irish festivals.
TOMMY TIERNAN will attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records with his new show Testamental which he will perform in Galway during the Easter Weekend.
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A teacher from Louisburgh will be included in the newly published Guinness World Record’s Book of the Decade after he achieved the unthinkable by appearing four times in the Guinness Book of World Records.
In 1759 Arthur Guinness laid the foundation for the creation of one of the most iconic worldwide brands of the 21st century. Next Thursday September 24 will see Arthur Guinness celebrate 250 years, and where better to join in the party than at The Prince Bar.