You Could Have a Boozy Sleepover at the Guinness Storehouse
Through the “Night At” competition, one traveler and a friend will be able to sleep in the brewery’s Gravity Bar, where they'll be treated to 360-degree views over Dublin’s skyline.
The Gravity Bar will be transformed into a loft apartment that includes a pint-shaped bed, a pool table, a life-sized Jenga, original Guinness artifacts from the Guinness archives, a Guinness tasting section with a private butler, and a giant telescope to catch up-close views of the stars at night.
The brewery’s beer specialist, Domhnall Marnell, will greet the winner on arrival before a behind-the-scenes tour of the St. James’s Gate Brewery, the production site of the Guinness Brewery since 1759.
“The lucky winner will be stepping into our founder’s shoes and given the keys to a legacy experience that’s filled with hundreds of years of history,” Paul Carty, managing director of the Guinness Storehouse, said in a press release.
The experience will also include a one-on-one session with Guinness Brewer Peter Simpson, who will teach the winner how to make their own Guinness brew, after enjoying a full Irish breakfast.
The lucky beer fan will enjoy a six-course dining experience that includes oysters, grilled scallops, smoked salmon, beef fillet with Guinness jus, and more.
Those interested in applying have until March 22 to explain what makes them the world’s biggest Guinness fan. The winner will redeem a stay on April 24.