Tom Cruise visits the Home of Guinness

As part of his worldwide tour for his latest movie, “Oblivion”, Tom Cruise visited the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin. Accompanying him is the lead lady in Oblivion, Olga Kurylenkoe and highly acclaimed Director Joseph Kosinski.
The trio were treated to a private tour of the Guinness Brewery where Guinness Head Brewer, Colin O’Brien demonstrated the craft behind the brewing process and even handed the reigns over to Cruise who started his very own brew, which once complete will be specially delivered to Mr. Cruise as a keepsake of his trip to the home of Guinness.
Following the behind the scenes tour of the Brewery, Tom was whisked up to the highest viewpoint in Dublin city, the Gravity Bar at the Guinness Storehouse where Master Brewer Fergal Murray was on hand to teach him how to pour a perfect pint of Guinness. Cruise who was visibly excited about his surroundings, was then given a ‘windows tour of Dublin’ by Guinness archivist Eibhlin Roche highlighting key landmarks such the Phoenix Park, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Trinity College and Croke Park
Cruise was also presented with a certificate of Irish ancestry from the Department of Foreign Affairs. Cruise, who was born Tom Cruise Mapother IV, has ancestry on his father’s side in Kilteevan Co Roscommon and Co Dublin through both the Mapother and Cruise families.

Oblivion is coming to Singapore theaters on 11 April 2013.

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