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We are all signed up for the most anticipated whiskey event on the Irish Whiskey calendar, Whiskey Live Dublin 2017. The countdown is on to Whiskey Live Dublin that will take place at the Printworks D......

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More exciting news this week from the Midlands, as plans for a new distillery in Longford, namely the Lough Ree Distillery, move full steam ahead. The new distillery is the brainchild of a Longford na......

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At Midlands Whiskey Experiences, our Irish Whiskey Tours offer a unique, informative and relaxing activity for groups of all sizes. Our Irish Whiskey Tours offer a truly unique Irish Whiskey Experienc......

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Tullamore Dew have invested a further €25 million this year into the opening of a new grain distillery and bottling plant. The bottling hall will make the facility one of the very few ‘grain-to-gl......

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Join us one of our exclusive Midlands Whiskey Tours, a truly enjoyable Irish Whiskey Tour where you will fully discover the centuries old traditions of whiskey production in the Midlands region, visit......

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October 21, 2017

Irish Whiskey Awards 2017

The Irish Whiskey Awards 2017 were held this week in Dublin, which are now in their fifth year. Over the past couple of months, each whiskey category was judged in blind tasting sessions by members o......

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Our beloved Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey brands have recently received a face lift, in the form of an updated, more premium brand identity and packaging design. Formerly know as Greenore, then briefly bran......

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We were delighted to have met recently with a founding member of the new Mullingar Whiskey Guild, which is an exciting new whiskey initiative in Mullingar! The Mullingar Whiskey Guild has been establi......

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Roscommon Co Co have granted permission for the change of use of part of the former Stewarts Mill in Mocmoyne, Boyle from the production of grain and maize products to a whiskey distillery! Boyle Mill......

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According to recent data released by International Wine and Spirits Research (IWSR), its was great to see that a Midlands Whiskey brand, Tullamore Dew, was rated the second most popular brand of Irish......

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