Guinness was started by a man named Arthur Guinness in the late 1700’s. He signed a 9,000-year lease that is still on display at the factory. The lease went into effect on 31 of December 1759, which means it is good until the year 10,759.
There’s a pub for that: Ireland’s unique drinking dens
Guinness, guitars, and good times? Don’t mind if we do! Established in 1798 and nestled in the Dublin Mountains, Johnnie Fox’s is the highest pub in Ireland, and has quite a reputation when it comes to traditional music sessions.