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Have a GUINNESS when you're TIRED
First printed in the early
1930s, this vintage repro features
an illustration by John Gilroy of a turtle running with a Guinness
on it's back. Gilroy was born in Whitley Bay on the 30th of May
1898. He is known mainly for his iconic advertisement art for Guinness
featuring the Zoo Keeper and animals enjoying Guinness.
Guinness is a dry stout that originated in Arthur Guinness's St. James' Gate Brewery in Dublin, Ireland. The beer is based upon the porter style that originated in London in the early 1700s. It is one of the most successful beer brands in the world, being exported world wide. It has spawned many imitators. The distinctive feature in the flavour is the roasted barley which remains unfermented. For many years a portion of the beer was aged to give a sharp lactic flavour, but Guinness has refused to confirm if this still occurs. The thick creamy head is the result of a nitrogen mix being added during the serving process.
The brand is still heavily linked with Ireland, despite being now owned by the multi-national alcohol conglomerate Diageo and brewed around the world.
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