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Guinness lists skyhigh storehouse on Airbnb

Guinness has listed its legendary Guinness Storehouse in Dublin on Airbnb for one night only, ahead of St Patrick’s Day, offering a unique spot to raise a toast to the Emerald Isle.

The Guinness Storehouse has partnered with Airbnb to unveil Ireland’s first “Night At” competition by listing the seven-story visitor attraction as a unique residence on its website. One beer fan and a friend will get the opportunity to spend a night at in the Gravity Bar, which will be completely transformed to offer a VIP experience complete with a Guinness tasting bar with private butler, “perfect pint”-shaped bed, pool table, life-sized Jenga and giant telescope for a night under the stars.

Guests will be greeted by Guinness archivist Eibhlin Colgan who will take the winner on a historical journey of the brewery along 19th Century railway tracks and through hidden tunnels, before being welcomed to their suite by Domhnall Marnell, Guinness Storehouse beer specialist. The experience also includes a six-course dining experience paired to Guinness created by Guinness Storehouse executive chef Justin O’Connor and served in the Gravity Bar.

“We’re proud of Guinness’ heritage, and as the competition is a once in a lifetime event, it was important for this first Irish Airbnb ‘Night at’, to provide the winner with everything a Guinness enthusiast would appreciate,” said Paul Carty, managing director of the Guinness Storehouse.

Following the ‘Night at’ the Guinness Storehouse, the winners will be treated to an Irish breakfast before meeting with Guinness brewer Peter Simpson, who will teach the winner how to create their very own Guinness brew.

To be in with a chance to win visit by 22 March and answer the following question: ‘What makes you the world’s biggest Guinness fan?’ The prize can be redeemed on 24 April.

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