Touring the Guinness Storehouse at St. James Gate Brewery is a thrill for those that love to drink the dark stuff.
When I was at the welcome room at the top of the storehouse a few years ago, enjoying the purest gulp of Guinness I’ve ever tasted, we saw a glorious rainbow over the Dublin sky. Memorable and meaningful: proven marks of world class travel. An honored spot, coupled with a superior commitment to sustainability, makes a trip to the Guinness Storehouse a bucket-list must.
Over 10 million glasses of Guinness are enjoyed everyday, according to The Guinness Story. Here’s the story of how these pints are made sustainably:
Ireland’s Guinness Storehouse, one of the country’s top tourism destinations, has made some significant investments in sustainability. This short video tells the story of their eco-certification through Sustainable Travel International’s Sustainable Tourism Education Program (STEP).
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