One Lucky Guinness Contest Winner Will Spend A Night In Its Dublin Brewery

If you want to spend a night above the city of Dublin in a 258-year-old brewery, do we have the opportunity for you. Guinness and Airbnb are teaming up to invite one lucky guest to stay in the brewery’s penthouse for one, amazing, beer-soaked night. Are you in, or are you in?

The Guinness sleepover is part of Airbnb’s “Night At” event, which has hosted one-night-only stays at a host of crazy places. Since they’ve already done a shark tank, the top of an Olympic ski jump and a Transylvanian castle replete with coffin beds, it seems only right that the next stop would be Dublin’s most famous brewery.

The Guinness Storehouse is Ireland’s top tourist attraction, and gets more than 1.6 million visitors annually. But you’d be the most special visitor of them all.

So where would you sleep?

The Guinness top-floor Gravity Bar, which features 360-degree views of Dublin, will be transformed into a penthouse with panoramic views of the historic city.

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The Guinness Gravity Bar is one of the highest points on the Dublin skyline, so you know the views will be good.

Plus, it will feature gorgeously lush accommodations.

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You and a guest will get flights to Dublin, a butler, a tour of brewery features that are usually off-limits to visitors, a six-course meal overseen by Guinness’ head chef, and a chance the next day to help the senior brewmaster make a batch of the famous brew.

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Now the only question is, how do you win this magical night? It’s a contest, of course.

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If you want to win, you’ll have to describe online in 200 characters or fewer (or 300 characters in Chinese or Korean) why you’re the biggest fan of Guinness in the whole wide world.

You must be 21 to enter, and you have until March 22 to enter—so don’t sit on this!

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One catch: there will be no after-hours Guinness drinking. According to Dublin’s liquor licensing laws, all the beer taps have to be disconnected at closing time.

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You might not be able to get a midnight beer, but the whole setup seems worth it anyway. So, are you going to apply for the contest?