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(MSNBC)   New Guinness brewery in Dublin may be the biggest in the world. If there was only somewhere nearby where something like that could be verified   (today.msnbc.msn.com) divider line 14
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2012-01-14 08:51:48 AM
Does this mean that I'll finally get my towel?
 
2012-01-14 09:19:57 AM
Pretty sure Guinness has always listed themselves as the largest brewery in the world in their own book.
 
2012-01-14 01:20:56 PM
Article is useless without a map showing the old and new locations.
 
2012-01-14 01:59:23 PM
I'll believe them, but I'm surprised that Budweiser or Miller or whatever other popular swill isn't.
 
2012-01-14 02:38:43 PM
Guinness sucks.
 
2012-01-14 05:06:44 PM

Running a-puck: Does this mean that I'll finally get my towel?


no


//but I have mine
 
2012-01-14 05:38:34 PM

downstairs: I'll believe them, but I'm surprised that Budweiser or Miller or whatever other popular swill isn't.


They don't need much space to store water they use.
 
zez
2012-01-14 05:52:24 PM
I still think the original AB Brewery in St. Louis is still the largest in quantity made.

Plus it has nice horses
 
2012-01-14 05:52:33 PM

Ed Willy: downstairs: I'll believe them, but I'm surprised that Budweiser or Miller or whatever other popular swill isn't.

They don't need much space to store water they use.


A bladder can hold about 350ml. I guess they don't flush.
 
2012-01-14 07:04:13 PM

zez: Plus it has nice horses


Where did you think Budweiser came from anyway?
 
2012-01-14 07:57:01 PM
It's actually an awesome tour if you're ever in Dublin and you get a free pint at the end to enjoy in a fairly high up spot with a good view of Dublin. The entire surrounding area of the brewery is a very distinct district and carries a lot of history if you're into that sort of thing.

I'm not huge on drinking Guinness but all the same.
 
2012-01-14 07:58:05 PM

downstairs: I'll believe them, but I'm surprised that Budweiser or Miller or whatever other popular swill isn't.


You don't need that much room to produce bottled water.
 
2012-01-15 03:47:58 PM

wholedamnshow: Guinness sucks.


It's an entirely different beer in Ireland. Here in the United States of Suck, we think dark beers are all supposed to have the texture of molases and taste like burned ass, which is what Guinness is here. Over there, it is a 3.2 lager, very light, and quite refreshing.

"Guinness doesn't travel" is as true as E=mc^2.
 
2012-01-15 04:17:01 PM

Ed Willy: downstairs: I'll believe them, but I'm surprised that Budweiser or Miller or whatever other popular swill isn't.

They don't need much space to store water they use.


Their big problem is getting the dogs to piss in the bottle.
 
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