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Famous 15 Ireland whiskey distilleries to visit by road

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Ireland is one of the places in the world blessed with many whiskey distilleries, and they also produce some of the best whiskey. It does not matter your position in Ireland; the location of a whiskey distillery can never be far from you.

 

 

So, if you are a lover of whiskey and you are wondering how to make your next visit to Ireland interesting and exciting, then you could try visiting some of these distilleries. And asides that, if you are curious about knowing how whiskeys were made, then you might need a tour to an Irish distillery.

 

Because visiting the distilleries will involve a lot of travel, it would also be advisable to hire a car and have comprehensive auto insurance if you are traveling privately. And, make sure to check your vehicle’s insurance is still valid in Ireland otherwise get a new one.

 

Some of the Irish whiskey distilleries allow you to take a guided tour around, and during the tour, you will be able to understand what it takes to produce the whiskey.

 

To make things convenient for you, we have listed some of the distilleries that you can visit in Ireland.

 

Distillery in County Kerry

 

1) The Dingle Whiskey Distillery

The distillery is located south of Ireland in Dingle, County Kerry. When it comes to whiskey production, they are the newest. It was launched in 2015; their production is beyond whiskey; they also produce gin and vodka.

So, you can also increase your knowledge of spirts. They offer guided tours.

Address: Farranredmond, Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland

Email: @dingledistillery.ie

Phone: +353-66-4029011

 

 

Distilleries in County Dublin

 

2) Teeling Whiskey Distillery

The distillery was established in 2015 at the liberties area, and it was named after the Teeling families.

The Irish whiskey distillery offers two tours: Standard and Premium tasting Tour. The former cost €15, while the latter cost €50. Although both will allow you to have experienced. You can book them online

Address: 13-17 Newmarket, The Liberties, Dublin 8, County Dublin, Ireland

 

 

3) Jameson Distillery, Bow St. 

The Jameson Whiskey Distillery in Bow St. is a great place to visit if you are a whiskey enthusiast. The distillery offers different experiences that include a tour, tasting, blending whiskey, and making your cocktail.

They are always available for tours, and you can book them online or at the distillery

Address: Bow St, Smithfield, Dublin 7, Ireland

Email: [email protected]

 

4) Pearse Lyons Whiskey Distillery, Dublin 

The whiskey distillery located at St. James uses an old church, and they were established in 2017. The tour at Pearse Lyons provides information about the heritage and stories behind this area of Dublin, and how its highly rated whiskey selection has evolved.

The visitors are allowed to touch, taste, and see every step involve in distilling. And they can also talk with the distillers and taste the Irish whiskey. The standard tours are always available, and the tour prices for adults start at €20.You can book them online or the front door

Address: 121-122 James’s St, The Liberties, Dublin, Ireland

 

5) Roe & Co Whiskey Distillery.

The cost of the Tours is €25, and it includes a cocktail experience. The tour will conclude with the taste of their seasonal cocktail at the Powerhouse bar

Address: 92 James’s St, Dublin 8, Ireland

Website: roeandcowhiskey.com

 

6) Irish Whiskey Museum 

If you want to know several brands of Irish whiskey, then this is the best place to visit. The Irish Whiskey distillery will give you guided tours and tastings of various Irish whiskeys.

The main tour guides you through four rooms, and the theme of each room is a different period in Irish history. After the conclusion of the tour, you will be allowed to taste three of the finest whiskeys.

Address: 119 Grafton Street, Dublin, Ireland

 

Distilleries in County Cork

 

7) Jameson Experience, Midleton 

The tour is categorized into four. The Jameson Experience Tour is the main tour, which aims to convey its heritage through the history of its brand and distillery and the taste of its original whiskey.

Others are Behind the Scenes’ and the Premium Whiskey Tasting tours

Address: Midleton Distillery walk, County Cork Ireland

 

Distilleries in County Westmeath

 

8) Kilbeggan Distillery

Located in the little Westmeath town in Kilbeggan, the distillery offers tours both for individuals and groups and tours for premium tasting are also available

Address: Lower Main St, Kilbeggan, County Westmeath, Ireland

Email: [email protected]

 

Distilleries in County Offaly

 

9) Tullamore D.E.W

There are three tour options available for the visitors, curious tasters’ journey, whiskey wise masterclass, and other premium tours. You will be allowed to taste whiskey in all options

Address: Bury Quay, Tullamore, County Offaly, Ireland

Email: info@tullamoredew.com

 

Distilleries in County Antrim

 

10) Bushmills Distillery

This is the oldest Irish distillery; the tour allows you to have an original factory experience. And you also get to taste some whiskey after the tour

Address: 2 Distillery Rd, Bushmills BT57 8XH, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Email: visitors.bushmills@bushmills.com

 

Distilleries in County Carlow

 

11) Walsh Whiskey Distillery

The difference between this distillery and others is that they are the only one that produces the three forms of whiskey in Ireland; malt, grain, and pot still.The tour fee starts from €15 to €40, but you get to taste whiskey with either of the fees.

Phone: +353 59 9186653

email: @walshwhiskey.com.

Address: Clorusk Lower, Royal Oak, County Carlow, Ireland

 

Distilleries in County Down

 

12) Echlinville Distillery 

The cost for the tour will cost you between £15 and £35. The Echlinville Whiskey Distillery hosts between 12 to 15 visitors in a month.

Address: The Echlinville House, 62 Gransha Rd, County Down, Ireland

 

Distilleries in County Mayo

 

13) Connacht Whiskey Company

The fee for the tour and spirit tasting begins from €10 to €20. The tour is available only on specified days and not every day

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +353 (0)96 74902.

 

Distilleries in County Kilkenny

 

14) Ballykeefe Distillery

This whiskey distillery offers you the chance to learn about the process of distilling whiskey and also to have a taste

Address: Kyle, Ballykeefe, Cuffs grange, Ireland.

 

Distilleries in County Meath

 

15) Slane Castle Distillery

The Irish whiskey distillery is located in the famous Slane Castle Estate with 250 years of history.

The distillery is always available for tours every day, and they are available for booking online.

Address: N5, Slanecastle Demesne, County Meath, Ireland

 

The guides above will help you in knowing the best Irish whiskey distilleries you could visit. These distilleries will not only offer you a taste of their wine but also allows you to have a glimpse into the behind the scene of whiskey making.

 

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