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  • 24 Sep 2019 by Beatris O'Connor

    Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000 year lease on the Guinness Brewery in 1759. Ten years later, the first exportation of Guinness was shipped to England. Arthur Guinness died in 1803 and in the decades following, Guinness was exported around the world. The highlight of Arthur’s day occurs at 17:59–the year the factory was founded–when everyone in the pub raises their glass and toasts to Arthur Guinness. This year, we will be celebrating Arthur’s Day with $1 pints of Guinness for the first 100 people, plus Irish dancers, live Irish music, and Guinness stations with pour-perfect pints, a ripple machine to print images on the foam, and Guinness glass engraving. We will also be launching the first Milk Stout from the Guinness Brewery in Baltimore!