Guinness Unveils Plans For New Guinness 232°C Festival

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Guinness Unveils Plans For New Guinness 232°C Festival

Drinks giant Guinness has announced plans to host a series of three-day beer and food experiences throughout September and October.

The event, called Guinness 232°C, will see beer and food experiences pop up in Bonobo, Jam Park and The Bernard Shaw in Dublin city.

Guinness will bring together some well-known Irish chefs cook over a live fire in pubs across Dublin.

Flavour Through Flame

The theme of the event appears to be uncovering great flavour through a flame, as the name Guinness 232°C comes from the temperature at which Guinness roasts its barley.

The challenge, curated by food expert Ali Dunworth, will focus on seasonal ingredients with dishes using quality produce sourced from local Dublin farms.


The event will run from Thursday to Sunday from 6pm-10 pm (Thursday and Friday) while Saturday events will run from 2pm-6pm.

Grálinn headlines at Bonobo from September 19-21; Bia Rebel headlines at Jam Park from September 27-29; and La Cocina Cuevas headlines at The Bernard Shaw from October 3-5.

Tickets are now on sale, priced at €10 including booking fee, which includes a complimentary pint of Guinness or Pure Brew non-alcoholic lager and two signature dishes.

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