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First experience in February 2019: This brewery is very large and does not have a care about their customers. It’s always busy and you have to work your way up to the bar to order anything. We ordered the charcuterie and it came with stale...More
Approaching the place it is impressive, the feel of this place is more akin to the new faddish micro brewery’s -- we brought a group of good friends to share a new experience -- The Beer was not as good in Ireland, I know you...More
Visiting the Guinness Brewery was like experiencing the history of Ireland and the struggle of her people!
Aside from getting to taste the different brews that are literally produced there, listening to the different narratives from their compleat hosts gives you The “cake that you...More
This brewery is very large and does not have a care about their customers. It’s always busy and you have to work your way up to the bar to order anything. We ordered the charcuterie and it came with stale hard bread and pickled vegetables...More
Went over the weekend for my boyfriend’s birthday with our families. We had a 12 person party, which could potentially be a disaster but it was great. No one had any issues with their food and everything was delicious. Service was wonderful. I love the...More
We stayed in the bar area and had a great time! We went at 11 am and it got packed within 30 minutes!
Food- wonderful bar food! We got a variety of food and shared. We ordered the blonde brat, nachos, and pretzels. It was...More
Great expectations not met. Worse pint of Guinness we ever had. Told the bartender and was asked quite rudely if we ever had Guinness before. Not as bad as this one. After continually telling him that it was bitter, we’re finally offered a replacement. Ordered...More
Three couples on a Friday evening. Handicapped parking was near the gate but the gate is still a fair walk to the door. Restaurant is on the third floor with pub dining on the second. Noise level on two made us relieved to be eating...More
Having been a long time fan of Guinness, I was please to see that the company had opened a brewery in Maryland. We visited the Guinness Open Gate Brewery with our family and some friends during the Christmas holiday. The facility is massive and has...More