A Weekend In Dublin (3/7)


These pictures were taken during a long weekend break in Dublin during July 2002.





Inside the museum they explain how Guinness is made from barley, malt, hops and water with a small amount of very special yeast. I liked this waterfall feature representing the water.








One of the old copper fermentation vessels is now cut open for visitors to enter.








The tour route ends at the Gravity bar above the museum which has excellent views over the city. The domed building on the left belongs to the Four Courts, built between 1786 and 1802 at the stupendous cost of £200,000.







Here is a good view of the old windmill, no longer being worn by Mark.








This is a view over the main brewery site. Is that a baby nuclear reactor farm on the right?




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