Ireland’s most famous brewery has been ahead of the curve for 250 years
A pedant's nitpick: Guinness is so awesome they had access to rail in 1759, 70 years before the first major railroad.
Very good article. Hard to believe how innovative guiness have been
Brilliant arrival Will O’Brien. The first pint of Guinness I served was 88p. The first one I drank in college was £1.37.
}}}He is on the steering committee for 18for0, a non-profit that advocates for nuclear power in Ireland.
Not only did you score points for the article, you scored extra credit for having A LOT of sense.
If Ireland was smart, they'd try and encourage some startup to design and create a manufacturing chain for a standardized, small, fourth-gen nukes (ca. 250-500MW), a thorium-salt design that was inherently safe, and served middle-sized communities and regions.
Maybe Guinness is looking to branch out? :-P
Someone is going to make a lot of money with this, whenever it gets done.