Arthur Guinness purchased a brewery in 1756, moved to Dublin in 1759, and leased a brewery lying fallow at St.
Walk through The Front Door in Galway and the ear-splitting volume of the music and the size of the fashionable
Bill Yenne has written extensively on beer and brewing history for two decades. With this newest of his 40 books,
There’s an old saying in England that when the ravens leave the Tower of London, the monarchy will fall. Is
Any beer aficionado would identify the most significant events in brewing in the past three hundred years as the development
Guinness, the name, appears on beers brewed in 50 different countries and sold in 100 more. Guinness the name, then,
One segment of breweriana collecting that has seen tremendous growth is items from the British Isles. The demand for glassware,