• Danny Joyce

The Guinness Storehouse Launches Limited Edition Desserts in Collaboration with Le Patissier

The Guinness Storehouse is delighted to announce a new mouth-watering collaboration with Irish pastry chef Robert Bullock, founder of the incredibly popular Le Patissier. This partnership sees two masters of craftsmanship come together to create a bespoke array of delicious Irish-made desserts exclusively available at the Home of Guinness that can be enjoyed with a Guinness, a Black Velvet or alongside a tea or coffee.

These limited-edition tempting desserts are available now at Arthur’s Bar and can be enjoyed as part of the Guinness Storehouse experience. You can also try these desserts without an experience ticket by booking a table in Arthur’s Bar.

The Guinness Chocolate Cremeux was inspired by the malty sweetness and roast character of Guinness. It is a rich and indulgent chocolatey dessert perfect for all the chocolate lovers out there! For those of us that simply can’t pick just one, the ‘Assiette of Robert Bullock’s Mini Desserts’ includes a Sicilian Lemon Meringue and Irish Butter Tart, Pat Clarke’s Strawberry and Hayes Cream Cheesecake and Salted Carmel Ganache-Filled Banoffee Choux. Delish!

Speaking on the collaboration, Robert Bullock of Le Patissier said, “When one of the most loved brands in Ireland reaches out to you to work together on a bespoke dessert collaboration, you say YES! My team and I are so thrilled to be working with the Guinness Storehouse on this exciting partnership. We have created some delicious desserts for Arthur’s Bar menu at the Guinness Storehouse including a delicious ‘Guinness Chocolate Cremeux’ which is every bit as tasty as it sounds. We can’t wait for everyone to try it.”

And there’s more… Arthur’s Bar and 1837 Bar & Brasserie unveil their brand-new menus! Arthur’s Bar and 1837 Bar & Brasserie have had a seriously delicious menu overhaul set to make your mouths water

Whether it’s 1837’s Summer Feast: a beautiful sharing platter for two people with a choice of charred Angus short-rib, pork rack, or seafood skewers or Arthur’s Bar tasty fish fingers brioche roll, or maybe it’s the thoughts of 1837’s Gahan’s Double cheeseburger that is making your heart sing.

Whatever your tastes, savoury or sweet, there are endless appetizing options available to chow down on…washed down by a beautiful beer. Arthur’s Bar and 1837 Bar & Brasserie are now available to book without a Guinness Storehouse ticket. Book a table here for Arthur’s Bar and here for 1837!

There really has never been a better time to visit the Home of Guinness. From the exciting food collaborations, as well as the doubled in size Gravity Bar to our new outdoor space – Brewery Yard, a vibrant and relaxed outdoor hospitality space, perfect for get-togethers with friends and loved ones over a pint of the black stuff.

To find out more visit www.guinness-storehouse.com/en or to book a table at Arthur’s All-Day Bar and taste the delicious Le Patissier desserts visit www.guinness-storehouse.com/en/arthur-guinness-bar

Slán go fóill,

Danny