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Guinness recovering from Covid-19 slup

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Guinness recovering from Covid-19 slup

Guinness recovering from Covid-19 slup

At the start of the lockdown in Ireland, Guinness reduced operations at its St James’s Gate brewery in Dublin to the minimal level required to keep its yeast stocks alive.

It was the first time that had happened since the 1916 Easter Rising rebellion in the city.

Now production has ramped up once again as pubs and bars across Ireland, the UK and beyond prepare to start welcoming customers back.

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