With Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations still fresh, it’s a great opportunity to get to know more about one of its main components: Guinness beer! This famous ale has its origins in New Year’s Eve of 1759 when Arthur Guinness leased what is now St. James’ Gate Brewery in Dublin to start brewing his own ale. A few decades later, he decided to start perfecting a bold, black beer. This new brew became the famous, international flagship drink of Guinness.
Nowadays, 1’5 billion pints of Guinness are drunk annually, 7’5 millions of those just during Saint Patrick’s Day. So if next time you are having one of these pints with your friends you’d like to impress them, take a look at this infographic by ROL cruise. From the history of Guinness advertising to the creation of The Guinness Book of Records you will find tons of interesting facts to share with fellow Guinness lovers. And if that’s not enough, then read on to learn how to pour the perfect pint of this Irish beer. And then drink it! Cheers!
An infographic by ROL Cruise .