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The Storehouse was originally built in 1904 to house the Guinness fermentation process. This incredible building was constructed in the style of the Chicago school of architecture, with massive steel beams providing the support for the structure of the building. The Storehouse building housed the fermentation of Guinness beer until 1988 and in November 2000, the new addition to Dublin tourist attractions opened its doors.
The core of the Guinness Storehouse building is modelled on a giant pint glass, stretching up from reception on the ground floor to the Gravity Bar in the sky. If filled, this giant pint would hold approximately 14.3 million pints of Guinness. In addition to being the number one tourist attraction, welcoming more than one million visitors each year, Guinness Storehouse is the perfect solution for corporate meetings, conferences and private events in a uniquely Irish and exciting setting.
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