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Guinness flies the friendly skies


I’m not sure this video’s an exact representation of the experience flying Guinness Class, the Ireland brewery’s new private jet line which will fly from various points in the U.K. to Dublin every Friday and Saturday night, but I doubt it’s far off considering:

* For the next nine weeks, Guinness Class ambassadors will randomly pluck stout sipping pub goers off their stool and whisk them to Dublin for the night aboard the private jet.

* Flight attendants will be trained in the perfect pour.

* Onboard food is designed to pair with a pint of Guinness.

Not bad, right? Check out one account of the flight from GQ’s U.K. offices. Considering I’m about to fly to Denver for GABF, I’m thinking it’d be great to travel via a Breckenridge airplane.


Chris Staten is DRAFT’s beer editor. Follow him on Twitter at @DRAFTbeereditor and email him at

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