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THE Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is one of Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions. Even if you have experienced the tour before, pulled a pint and inhaled a deep whiff of roasting barley, it’s still an unmissable stop on repeat visits to the Irish capital. The glass-walled Gravity Bar on the top level offers the best 360-degree view of the city.

But as a veteran of the Jameson’s whiskey tour, I decided to check out the Teeling Distillery. The first new whiskey distillery to open in Dublin in 125 years, the facility was established by Jack and

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