Diageo to treble production of Guinness 0.0 in Dublin

The move is being made following a €25 million investment in a new facility at St James’s Gate

Barry O’Sullivan, managing director of Diageo Ireland, expects non-alcoholic drinks sales to grow significantly. Picture: Julien Behal

Diageo plans to increase production of Guinness 0.0, its non alcoholic stout, by almost 300 per cent at its St James’s Gate brewery in Dublin. The increase in production follows a €25 million investment in a new facility with a capacity of 500,000 hectolitres, which amounts to roughly 90 million pints.

The new production facility includes six processing vessels and a two-storey building where the alcohol is removed through a cold filtration system to create ...