Guinness Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Guinness is a dark Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James's Gate, Dublin, Ireland, in 1759. It is one of the most successful alcohol brands worldwide, brewed in almost 50 countries, and available in over 120. Sales in 2011 amounted to 850 million litres (220,000,000 US gal). It is popular with the Irish, both in Ireland and abroad.

Emily mentioned, "Guinness is way too bitter for me. I know a lot of people love this beer, but unfortunately it is not for me. I would recommend anyone though to this, if that’s the type of beer they are looking to have."

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Watch your back. Management is full of themselves and want to get rid of everyone. Employees are constantly afraid of them and not performing"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Working in a place where staff are not valued"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Doest care about people Everyone is watching their backs and on edge"

Current Employee - Customer Service says

"Result-oriented, creatives, self-motive, broad mined, confident,communicative in English fluently responsive and sharp ability to work under pressure team player and ability to work with minimal supervision and a wealth of experience"

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"low pay that came months after..."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Will update in next review"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Some managers will destroy people’s image without even doing their research"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Need to work more on Work/Life balance"

Current Employee - Sales Executive - Field says

"Too much calls to make"

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"The rate of staff turn-over is high"

Support Worker (Former Employee) says

"They take ppl on but dnt give out the right training for the job even though they expect ppl to know the job without doing it before then let ppl go with out proper reason"

carer (Former Employee) says

"If you are desperate for work and scrapping the bottom of the barrel then go for it if not stay well clear, no work home life balance. you just need to be on call never knowing what you might get. and hope to get a day off if you are very very lucky. Care staff mostly good, but office terrible, never known a company like it. They are enough to put you off working in care for ever."

Driver (Former Employee) says

"Transfer products from one place to another. Day an night. Reloading and offloading. Rest only on Sundays when necessary. They provide you with food alawance thou the work was very stressful. Have 2hrs of resting per day.Free lunchesHealth care"

Akinris says

"I see some person already leaved some review about that matter anyway. Do you really see any point in that ? This company is for sure just great and do make very good beer. Want to prove it ? Just taste them and that's it really. No matter how hard."

Marilyn Bush-Grove says

"It was the first Paddy’s day of the new Millennium when my lips first made contact with an iron packed pint of Lepricorn blood. Myself and Bri had recently been binge watching Father Ted and decided the time had come to fly to clover land in search of Dougle the dashing dream boat when we found ourselves in Dublin, the city of dreams, if those dreams are to drink Guinness until you feel as strong as a Viking and as horny as my first husband after 2 shots of absinthe and a marmite sandwich. After a few swift one’s at Paddy’s wine bar we headed to Paddy’s cocktail bar where we found our Dougle! There he was, stood in the corner of the room singing girls just want to have fun while trying to shove grapes into the fruit machine. He was a dashing fool with a passion for pencils while we were two beautifully crafted girls who most certainly wanted to have fun. We approached Our Dougie, stroked his hair, pressed ourselves against him and suggested a threesome, to which he replied “That sounds great ladies. What fruit did you bring?” Aware that he didn’t understand our advances Bri took his hand and placed it on her left breast “We bought melons. Do you want a taste?” He said yes still innocently unaware what was happening so we took him by the hand to the disabled toilet and had our way with him until his paddy blew and Irish cream filled the room from floor to ceiling. Looking back with hindsight I’m now aware that the man we harassed wasn’t the dashing Dougle dream boat but instead any drunk Irish man which could have also been any Irish man. After our rather bizarre fumble in the toilet we headed to St James’s gate for a few black velvets and an old fashioned sing song: “His blood is black and height is short That Irish man from the county Cork His arms are strong and his legs are hollow That Irish man who you’ll love to swallow His lips are sweet and taste of clover That Irish man he’ll bend you over His shaft is long and made of Guinness That Irish man with the Iron penis”"

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