With Guinness being enjoyed all over the world every day, we’re continuing to experiment and innovate in true pioneering style. Our brewing methods might have been passed down since Arthur’s time, but they never stop evolving. We’ve got a lot more beer to brew.The first Guinness research laboratory is established under a second Oxford-educated chemist, Alexander Forbes-Watson. This is quickly followed by an experimental brewhouse and experimental maltings, spearheading the transformation of St. James’s Gate into a state-of-the-art 20th-century brewery. Named after Arthur Guinness, The inventor of Guinness beer, he founded the Guinness Brewery at St. James's Gate in 1759. He was born in Dublin, Ireland.
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