Sustainable Guinness. Sláinte! {Video}

Via Jill Barth
on Mar 17, 2012
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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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About Jill Barth

Jill Barth, elephant journal green team leader, lives in Illinois with her husband and kids. She reminds you to breathe. Jill's writing can be found on her blog, Small Things Honored.


One Response to “Sustainable Guinness. Sláinte! {Video}”

  1. Andra Stadt says:

    I loved it!!!! how do they get those video shots??!?!?!?!