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Guinness; Arthur (1725-1803)
The founder of the of Irish Brewers, who originally operated in Leixlip, County Kildare. They imitated London Stouts, that were being exported to Ireland during this period. As they lost popularity in London, they gained in the Emerald Isle, and the brewery moved to Dublin, with even more success. See also "Beer"
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