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Guinness is a brand of beer.
Guinness may also refer to:
- Guinness Brewery, in Dublin, Ireland
- Guinness GAA, a Gaelic Athletic Association
- Guinness Mahon, a merchant bank
- Guinness Peat Aviation, an aircraft leasing company
- Guinness Peat Group, an investment holding company
- Guinness Premiership, a rugby union competition
- Guinness Trust, a housing association and charity
- Arthur Guinness (1725–1803), founder of Guinness beer
- Arthur Guinness (New Zealand politician) (1846-1913)
- Alec Guinness (1914–2000), British actor
- Bunny Guinness, (born 1955), landscape architect and broadcaster
- Daphne Guinness (born 1967), artist
- Humphrey Patrick Guinness (1902–1986), British polo player
- Jasmine Guinness (born 1976), model and designer
- Kenelm Lee Guinness (1887–1937), racing driver and spark plug manufacturer
- Matthew Guinness (born 1940), British actor
- Os Guinness (born 1941), author
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