Arthur Guinness purchased a brewery in 1756, moved to Dublin in 1759, and leased a brewery lying fallow at St.
Two days after Arthur Guinness died in 1803, the Dublin Evening Post published a short mention of his death, noting
No beer style is more identified with a single country than are dry stouts with Ireland. So synonymous are they
Guinness, the name, appears on beers brewed in 50 different countries and sold in 100 more. Guinness the name, then,