Whisky Distilleries

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Sweet Fruit Sherry
Is it a marketing myth that Bushmills is the oldest working distillery in Ireland or is it a fact? Sure is that the first official license for Bushmills was granted in 1784. We know about a license for Kilbeggan dated earlier in 1757. But who can tell how...
Sweet Fruit Spices
Midleton is Ireland's largest distillery and produces many well-known Whiskey brands: Jameson, Midleton, Powers, Redbreast, Writers Tears, The Irishman, Green Spot, Yellow Spot – the list is long...
Sweet Peat Smoke Fruit
Founded as late as 1987, for many years Cooley was the only independent Irish distillery of its time. Since 2011 the well-known labels such as Kilbeggan, Tyrconnell, Locke's or Connemara have belonged to Beam (now Beam Suntory).
Sweet Fruit Spices
The Teeling distillery has been in the Whiskey business since 1782. The founder of the first distillery was Walter Teeling and he set up his small distillery in the Marrowbone Lane in Dublin. The current distillery is just a few hundred meters away from...
Sweet Fruit
The West Cork Distillery is located, as the name suggests, in the west of Cork in Ireland. In 2003, the distillery was established by three childhood friends without the prospect of much success. But the distillery turned out better than expected: today,...
Peat Smoke Sweet Fruit
Kilbeggan was founded in 1757 and is the oldest licensed Whiskey distillery in Ireland. Production ceased in the 1950s. In 1988, Cooley bought the distillery and resumed distilling in 2007, just in time for its 250th anniversary.
Sweet Fruit
The Tullamore distillery was founded in the year 1829 in the eponymous city of the Offaly earldom in the ccenter of Ireland. The name of the Whiskey is a combination of the place and the initials of Daniel E. Williams, who was the distillery manager at...
The Irish distillery Ardara, located in the town of the same name in County Donegal on the north coast of the Sliabh Liag peninsula, produces not only Whiskey but also An Dúlamán Irish Maritim Gin and Assaranca Vodka.
Sweet Fruit
Glendalough means 'Valley of the Two Lakes' in Gaelic. The valley is also called the Garden of Ireland and is located in the Wicklow Mountains south of Dublin. It was here that five friends founded Ireland's first craft distillery. Glendalough is also...
Clove Spices Fruit
The Waterford Distillery was created in 2015 by converting a former Guinness Brewery in Waterford, in the very south of Ireland. The distillery's founder Mark Reynier was formerly the mastermind behind the rebuilding of Islay Distillery Bruichladdich. The...
Sweet Sherry
The dingle distillery is a small distillery in the south of Ireland. The three Irish beer brewers Oliver Hughes, Liam LaHart and Peter Mosley jumped on the Whiskey boom bandwagon in 2012 and founded the Dingle distillery in the town of the same name on...
Sweet Oak
The Hinch distillery in County Down, Northern Ireland, was founded by Belfast-born Aaron Flaherty, who can look back on 15 years of experience in the Whiskey industry, including at Bushmills. Flaherty also worked at various Scottish distilleries. County...
Sweet
The Slane distillery was opened in 2017 to produce the Irish Whiskey of the same name. The Conyngham family teamed up with Brown-Forman and built the distillery on the Slane Castle estate a few kilometres north of Dublin.