Roe and Co
It has always struck me as odd – and frankly a bit creepy – that the Guinness Storehouse welcomes children.
As you probably know, Roe and Co is a new distillery owned by Guinness, around the corner from the Storehouse.
From the FAQ section of the Roe and Co website it says it’s a working distillery “and an alcohol experience,” so the minimum age for visitors is 18.
So that seems pretty sensible, right? After all, many visitors to these places regard them as gigantic ads for the manufacturer’s product, and kids are, as we know, rather vulnerable to the power of advertising.
Perhaps your readers can explain why one branch of Diageo is happy to seduce under 18s, and another branch of the same company – stationed just around the corner – regards such behaviour with the contempt it deserves?