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Guinness of Course

By Joline
Who could go to Dublin without going to the Guinness establishment.
The famous harp is based on the 14th century Brian Boru. It was first used as a trade mark in 1876. If you notice, the Guinness harp has the sounding board to the left, and the Irish government harp has the sounding board to the right. Either way, it is beautiful.
Version 3 is yours truly enjoying the brew, and the view.....

Tags: Guinness Black and white Harp

Voters: woolybill1, andylea, mrswoolybill and 32 more

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andylea 12 37 1 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2014 12:08PM
wonderful set joline got to be v3 for me today a belter nice one Wink
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2455 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2014 12:15PM
When in Rome... Wink
franken Plus
19 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2014 12:29PM
Lovely set, Joline.

CarolG 14 199 20 Greece
10 Jul 2014 12:33PM
Personally, Joline, I can't stand Guinness, but it looks as though you had certainly taken to it in V.3 Wink Carol
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 19 Canada
10 Jul 2014 12:42PM
It looks a very dark beer. Probably one you must acquire a taste for. Great shots and especially like V3.
Joline Plus
15 37 59 United States
10 Jul 2014 12:46PM
To be honest, I prefer the Jameson's!!!!!!!!
danbrann 17 640 17
10 Jul 2014 12:53PM
Oh and you are wearing the green. I,m not a fan of Guinness but I will go along with Jamesons..I love their whisky.
capto Plus
9 6.7k 25 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2014 1:31PM
A fine set, I have a few in the fridge you may have tempted me.Smile

10 Jul 2014 2:19PM
A beautiful monochrome.
Nikonuser1 Plus
9 168 16 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2014 2:19PM
And a great drop of nectar it is Joline, spent 3 weeks in County Cork and only drank GuinnessWinkWinkWinkWink A great set of imagesSmile

digital_boi 15 3 6 Scotland
10 Jul 2014 2:47PM
the black nectar indeed Joline a very fine drink from a fine auld establishment well documented

Irishkate Plus
11 45 121 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2014 3:02PM
You look as if you're enjoying that pint Joline and looking very fetching in that colour.
I notice it is mostly men in the image - have you friends absconded?
Love V5.
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mikbee 14 3 8 Scotland
10 Jul 2014 3:28PM
My favourite tipple Joline !!
Good set.
taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
10 Jul 2014 3:29PM
Love the harp, the ale, well, in agreement with you there, but a lighter ale is nice too!
Mollycat Plus
8 21 2 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2014 4:25PM
Not a Guinness drinker, but its great in beef stews. Lovely set Joline looks like your enjoying yourself.
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barbarahirst 13 27 12 United Kingdom
10 Jul 2014 6:41PM
Must admit its used alot in my house for winter stews...
And my jon drinks it when we are out
Love your set
Maiwand 14 3 73 England
10 Jul 2014 7:54PM
I used to see a lot of these kinds of carts when I was a youngster Joline. We would call them 'Totters'. They would drive around the streets of the estate collecting all kinds of household and garden rubbish. They seldom paid money for the goods they collected but if you could produce something they found particularly interesting they would offer a Goldfish in an old jam/preserve jar as payment.
Happy days.!!!!!!
netta1234 9 382 2 Wales
10 Jul 2014 9:16PM
The best pick you up tonic ,
I'll have a 1/2 please.
The winner is v3 todaySmileSmile
10 Jul 2014 9:19PM
Draught Guinness... lovely, better than the bottled... less gassy. Lies a bit heavy though.
John Jamieson's... even lovelier, goes down like silk.

Though my stomach doesn't like me drinking either of them, these days, more's the pity SadGrin
12 10 10 England
10 Jul 2014 10:54PM
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2014 11:48AM
Fantastic reportage Joline!
First time I visited Ireland was 1978 and I had a big argument with my barman telling him he'd cut me short on my very first pint of Guinness when he put the glass on the bar not quite full... Blush Tongue Took me a while to learn that the poor man was waiting for the "head" to form... As luck goes he was a very nice barman so used to silly tourists and he explained the technique to me... Grin

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