Guinness Creates Submarine Bar For Anniversary

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When most beer enthusiasts think of Guinness, they think of a room-temperature dark stout, or perhaps the almost coffee-like aftertaste the ale leaves on the palate. One does not automatically think of an underwater craft.

Yet Guinness is celebrating their 250th anniversary by creating a unique underwater bar aboard a specially-built submarine, thanks to architecture firm Jump Studios. The buoyant bar, though a tad cramped, features a slick and futuristic-looking interior with sculpted seating for several people and, of course, cup holders.


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The submarine was designed as part of the Guinness Sea Experience, a contest to celebrate the anniversary of founder Arthur Guinness signing the infamous 9,000 year lease on the Dublin brewery and which saw the winner and two guests take the first ever voyage in the underwater bar.

Guinness Beer has designed a bar inside a submarine. A whole new meaning to beer goggles.
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OH MY GOD, GUYS. There's a Guinness submarine: #TakeMeOnADeepSeaCruise
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Let it be known that @GuinnessIreland has a submarine bar (a beermarine?) and we. want. in.
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For some reason Guinness created a submarine bar in the Baltic Sea: No thanks, we get seasick enough already.
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Amanda Crum is a writer and artist from Kentucky. She's a fan of Edward Gorey, Hunter S. Thompson, and horror movies. You can follow her on Google:+Amanda Crum

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