Waterford, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE BC-IRELAND-GUINNESS.
A file photo from January 20, 2004, shows a worker at the Guinness plant in Waterford, southeast Ireland, holding a jar containing Guinness concentrate. The secret "essence of Guinness" has been the subject of more intense speculation than of any other beer in the history of brewing. The company publicly acknowledges that barley, water, hops and yeast are all used in the process of concocting Ireland's distinctive black creamy stout. One pint of concentrate makes approximately 50 pints of Guinness. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/JB/CRB