Black Gold (It's Good For You!) LbNA # 35236
|Placed Date||Jul 28 2007|
|Location||Dublin, IRELAND, INT|
|Found By||ARTHUR II |
|Last Update||Apr 23 2014 |
A Guiness Fermentation Plant, from 1904 to 1988 is now the 7 story museum dedicated to the history and making of a world famous beer. Located in the heart of the St. James Brewery, Guiness Storehouse is the Home of Guiness, where you discover what goes into the making of every pint!
The building is designed in the shape of a giant pint of Guiness, that, if full, would hold 14.3 Million Pints! As you make your way through the Storehouse, you will see the history of this drink, experience the Tasting Laboratory, have a chance to pour your own pint, and even have a pint at the Gravity Bar, where you can see incredible 360 Degree views of Dublin.
Clue: While on the tour of the Guiness Storehouse, while in the upper floors, look for the glass sign showing the "ROASTING" process. Behind the sign, is a David Brown & Sons antique process machine. Hidden behind, and near the rear back leg, secured with velcro, lies your prize. Because of the number of tourists around the area, please be discreet.
This is a microbox....there is no logbook or stamppad. But, if you find it, please let me know how it's doing.