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  • Lynda

    Guinness surely knows how to celebrate and the world famous beer label did go all the way to mark its 250th anniversary. The idea of a submarine turned bar does sound like quite a stretch. But the company took to it and commissioned a $125000 bar to be built inside a submarine. The liner, dubbed as Guinness Dead Sea Bar, will be created by London based Jump Studios.

  • Beckie M

    The Guinness Dead Sea Bar Roams the Underwater World #drinking #drink

  • Lori Porter

    Guinness and Jump Studios have teamed up to turn a submarine into an underwater bar... “deep-sea bar” in the chilly waters of the Baltic off Stockholm, Sweden.

  • Beth Hoffman

    Guinness World’s First Deep Sea Bar by Jump Studio On the occasion of the 250-year anniversary of Guinness, a submarine had been transformed into the World’s First and Only Deep Sea Bar. The overwhelming task had been dearly undertaken by Jump Studios, from London. Collaborating with engineer and carpenter Nicholas Alexander, they’ve taken measurements of the submarine in Sweden’s Stockholm Archipelago.

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