Guinness’ Pints Shared In Barbershop Comes Home To Harlem

Harlem has a rich history of beer and beer halls back in the day, so it made since when the world’s most famous stout traveled to Harlem this St. Patrick’s Day to share a pint and have some fun with the locals.

This is one of a series of videos, which were made to promote a charity event taking place around St. Patrick’s Day entitled #StatcheForCharity but the message of the clips holds true. Having a pint of plain is all about getting together with friends and having a bit of “craic”.

Here’s the video:

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