Guinness is a dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness in Dublin. Guinness is one of the most well known alcohol brands in the world, selling around 850 million liters in 2011. The beer is so popular that the Guinness Storehouse became a major tourist attraction, getting around 20 million visitors since it was opened in 2000. The Guinness logo has remained consistent in theme for over 150 years. The elegant harp symbol was featured on the brand’s logos since the very beginning. During the first two iterations of the logo the harp was black and white, but now the Guinness logo features a golden harp with a metallic texture. On the harp you can find the date mark “est 1759” and under it you can see the bold and white “GUINNESS” wordmark.