Big Changes Coming at Guinness

By on May 14, 2008 @ 6 PM (No Comments)

Guinness is revamping the St. James’s Gate brewery – they’re going to upgrade it to produce only for the Irish and British markets and handle tourists. A new brewery is being built that will make Guinness for export and it should be commissioned in 2013.

This means a significant space reduction once the new brewery is operational and at that point they will sell half the land at the St. James’s Gate brewery as it exists now (source: Times Online UK).

Read the full press release from Diageo
(parent company of Guinness, Harp, Red Stripe, Johnnie Walker and lots of other top brands).

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