The series of three-day beer and food experiences takes up residency in Bonobo, Jam Park and The Bernard Shaw throughout September and October.
Guinness 232°C was born from the exact temperature at which Guinness roasts its barley.
“Uncovering great flavour through flame is an adventure, a freedom – a craft,” states Diageo Ireland.
“Curated by food expert Ali Dunworth Guinness 232°C will see Bia Rebel, Grálinn and La Cocina Cuevas break free of their restaurants and challenged to create a one-off menu featuring the very best Irish beef, chicken and pork forged in fire, seafood pan-seared to a smoky “Tssss”, charred tamales, smoked ramen and vegetables flame-kissed to a perfect combination of flavours born of fire – just like roasting the barley.”
Seasonal ingredients will take centre-stage with dishes using the very best quality produce sourced from local Dublin farms.
Reggae duo Mercy & Pablo Santos, Woweembeem and Dublin’s own Sally Cinnamon complete the line-up with an eclectic programme of live music and entertainment.
Other acts across the three weekends include Watermelon, Fatty Fatty Phonographics, T-Woc, Lex Woo and Hayley Disco Medusa.
19 – 21 September: Grálinn headlines at Bonobo
27 – 29 September: Bia Rebel headlines at Jam Park
3 – 5 October: La Cocina Cuevas headlines at The Bernard Shaw.
Event times: Thursday (6-10pm), Friday (6-10pm) and Saturday (2-6pm).