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Guiness is a beer company based in Dublin, Ireland. Guinness has been brewed since 1759. It was created by Arthur Guinness who began leasing the St. James’s Gate Brewery in 1759. He first exported six and a half barrels of Guinness ale to Britain in 1769. In 1886, Guinness was selling over a million barrels of beer a year. Guinness also became a public company in this year. Guinness had no advertising, discounts or pubs but still was one of the best sellers of beer in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Guinness was first exported into the U.S. in 1840. Benjamin Lee Guinness, son of Arthur, took over the Guinness factory in 1953. Guinness was a pioneer of welfare opportunities for its employees starting in the early 1900s.
Guinness became one of the largest companies in the world in the 1910s. By this point, Guinness supplied over 10% of the beer market in the United Kingdom. Today, Guinness is responsible for over 25% of the beer market in Ireland and is among the most successful brands of beer in the world. It is currently available in 120 countries and brewed in about 60. 40% of Guinness is made and sold in African countries like Cameroon, Kenya, Namibia, Nigeria and Uganda. The St. James’s Gate Brewery can be visited as a tourist attract today. This experience includes an explanation of how the beer is made and an opportunity to pour and drink your own pint of Guinness beer.