Raise A Glass! 15 Of The Best Places To Get A Pint Of Guinness In Dublin

You can't beat the black stuff

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Dublin is known for many things but being the home of Guinness is definitely top of the list.

Everyone from Barack Obama to Beyoncé start looking for a pint of the black stuff as soon as they hit our shores, not to mention the hoades of city workers hitting Keogh's of a Friday evening.

In fact, over 10 million glasses of Guinness are enjoyed every single day across the globe.

We couldn't let International Stout Day pass without a nod to our national beverage so here are fifteen of the best places in Dublin to sink a pint of Guinness. 

We're sure we've forgotten a few so let us know your favourites in the comments!

1. Toner's, Baggot Street

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2. The Gravediggers, Glasnevin

3. Keogh's, South Anne Street

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4. The Royal Oak, Kilmainham

5. O'Donoghue's, Baggot Street

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6. The Stag's Head, Dame Court

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7. Delaney's, Smithfield

8. The Brazen Head, Lower Bridge Street

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9. Mulligan's, Poolbeg Street

10. The Long Hall, South Great Georges Street

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11. The Blue Light Pub, Sandyford

12. Walsh's, Stoneybatter

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13. The Oval Bar, Middle Abbey Street

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14. The Hole In The Wall, Blackhorse Avenue

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15. The Guinness Storehouse, St James' Gate

And just in case you were wondering, the ‘perfect pour’ takes 119.53 seconds.

Anyone for a swift one?

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Written By

Marie Madden

Marie recently took over as Editor of Lovin Dublin. Having entered the 'this place is too loud' phase of her life, she spends her weekends on a quest to find the perfect bottle of red wine and rates coleslaw as one of the great evils in the world.

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