Arlington Launches 'Pour Your Own Pint.'

September 2008
Hospitality Ireland;Sep2008, Issue 51, p52
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Legends Bar at the newly refurbished Arlington Hotel Temple Bar in Dublin, Ireland is the latest establishment to launch the Guinness pour your own pint experience. The Arlington Temple Bar, a part of Louis Fitzgerald hotel portfolio is hoping that the interactive pint-pouring experience will attract both local consumers and tourists.


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