Re: Re: Guinness History ?
May as well move the operation out and retain office & storehouse presence at James gate. All it is at the moment is a modern plant with a haulage depot attached (which is probably too large for it’s optimal usage anyway) – it’s not the romantic place of the past with the coopeage, barges and master brewers in white coats and bowler hats – it’s more akin to a chemical factory.
Get over it and free up this development land, after all does Jameson taste any worse after leaving Smithfield? Is it any less Irish?
Romantic Guinness is dead and gone and with Brendan Behan in the Grave