Skip the Line Guinness Storehouse & Jameson Irish Whiskey Distillery Tour
Explore the Iconic Brewery and Distillery before Visiting Ireland's Oldest Pub in a Small Group
With your local beer and whiskey connoisseur guide, skip the line through the famous St. James Gate and take in the interactive Guinness experience in Dublin. Learn how to pour the perfect Guinness pint and drink an optimal example. At Jameson's Bow Street Distillery, sample the Irish whiskey, learn the triple distilling process and become a certified whiskey taster. The tour ends by visiting Ireland's oldest pub with nearly a millennium of history.
- Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery with a Local Guide
- Meet Your Guide Outside the Jameson Distillery
- Sample the World's Best Whiskies
- Learn the Secrets to Jameson's Famous Triple Distillation Process
- Become a Certified Whiskey Taster
- Taste a Perfect Pint
- Guinness Storehouse Experience
- Head to the Oldest Pub in Ireland
When in Ireland you are sure to indulge on plenty of Guinness and Jameson. With your local guide see the roots of these quintessential libations taking in the history, process and incredible taste that make these two products staples of Irish culture. Two of the most visited locations in Dublin, our skip-the-line access will allow you to pass by the queues and have an amazing experience without the crowds. Learn how to pour the perfect pint and taste why Jameson tastes so smooth on the half day experience. This 4 hour tour includes:
Beer and Whiskey Expert Storytelling Guide
Skip-the-line Admission to the Guinness Storehouse
Skip-the-line Admission to the Jameson Bow Street Distillery
Guided Tour of the Storehouse and Distillery
1 Pint of Guinness and 1 Jameson Drink of Choice included
Whiskey Sampling during the Tour included
Photo Stop at Ireland's Oldest Pub, The Brazen Head
Meet Your Guide Outside the Jameson Distillery
Established in 1780, John Jameson's whiskey has become one of the world's most iconic brand. Meet your guide and head into where the famous whiskey was distilled for 200 years. Though the operation has now moved to County Cork, at the Bow St. Distillery you will learn about the history of Jameson, tour the grounds of the distillery and sample the great whiskey.
While in the distillery you will try Jameson alongside whiskeys from around the world, where you can appreciate the greatness of Jameson's triple distilling process. After the tour you will also receive a complimentary Jameson cocktail. We recommend the classic Jameson and Ginger, a simple drink that tastes magical on the distillery grounds.
Two decades before Jameson established his distillery, just on the other side of the River Liffey, Arthur Guinness signed a 9000 year lease on the land at St. James Gate. Here he established the brewery that is a symbol of Ireland.
Skip-the-line and enter the interactive Guinness experience found in the historic storehouse. Tour the brewing process and examine the 7 story tall atrium shaped like the famous Guinness Pint Glass.
Inside you will learn about the perfect pint of Guinness, and understand why it takes precisely 119.5 seconds to have the optimal flavor, look, and balance. Included in the tour is a pint of Guinness poured in the meticulous manner for your enjoyment.
Ireland's Oldest Pub
The tour ends outside the Brazen Head Pub. Take a photo or have a pint at this tavern established in 1198. With nearly 1000 years of history, it is the perfect way to end this tour of Irish drink and stories. Sláinte!
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Great way to spend the afternoon
Super fun way to see both places. Our guide Neill was great, outgoing, energetic and, full of stories. Really enjoyed the tasting and tour at Jameson's, very informative. Guinness was good as well though I wish we could have stayed longer but had a dinner booking. You will get a lot to drink. Anyway highly recommend.
Loved it! Guinness and Jameson! What's not to like!
This was our favorite day in Dublin. To go in depth to two of our favorite drinks was awesome. The Guinness Storehouse is such an impressive place, much more of an experience than any brewery I've been to before. I can't explain how good a simple Jameson and Ginger can be but the bartender at Jameson worked magic
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