People who enjoy the odd drop of Guinness have been encouraged to set off on Dublin ferry breaks with Irish Ferries
this year to mark the 250th anniversary of the drink known as the 'black stuff'.
The occasion will be celebrated on September 24th, with various attractions and drinking establishments in the Irish capital set to take part.
Travellers interested in joining in with the festivities can catch ferries to Dublin from Holyhead with Irish Ferries
There will be all sorts of events taking place to mark the 250th anniversary, including live music at the St James's Gate brewery from Estelle, Kasabian and Tom Jones.
Artists including David Holmes, Razorlight and Richard Hawley will be performing at other venues and parties will be organised at various pubs and clubs around Dublin.Stena Line
also serves the Holyhead to Dublin ferry route, while both P&O Ferries and Norfolkline Irish Sea
provide ferries to Dublin from Liverpool.
Written by Andrew Smith