Dr Jesus Frias, academic leader, Environmental Sustainability and Health Institute, DIT (left), with Minister of State at the Department of Education with special responsibility for Higher Education Mary Mitchell-O’Connor; Aidan Crowe, operations director at Diageo’s St James’s Gate Brewery, and Tommy Keane, production director at Irish Distillers (right),  at the launch of the  BSc in Brewing and Distilling at DIT Grangegorman. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Mark Hilliard Ireland’s future brewers and distillers may well arrive with academic qualifications following the launch of a new degree programme at(...)

Alex Chasko of Teeling Whiskey Company: Irish whiskey exports to the US rose 22 per cent in the first six months of this year to €157 million. Photograph: Dave Meehan

About 40 years ago Irish whiskey was the drinks industry’s poor relation. At the end of the 1970s, it was selling fewer than half a million cases – 4.(...)

Jameson recorded double- and triple-digit growth in 71 out of the 130 markets in which it is available.

Jameson continues to be the world’s most popular Irish whiskey with sales of 6.5 million nine-litre cases for the 12 months ending June 30th, up by m(...)

New York-headquartered media buying agency Mediavest has rebranded globally to become Spark Foundry. The Irish rebrand will take effect immediately, the company said Wednesday. Photograph: iStock

The Irish unit of media communications group Mediavest has rebranded as Spark Foundry as part of a global rebrand by its parent group as the agency sh(...)

American oak barrels containing Jameson whiskey, produced by Irish Distillers, at its distillery in Midleton, Co Cork

The success of Jameson whiskey around the world over the past three decades has allowed Irish Distillers to pay €2.8 billion to its French parent comp(...)

Garavan’s whiskey bar in Galway. Combined sales of nine-litre cases of Irish whiskey increased 11.2 per cent from 7.8 million to 8.7 million in 2016.

Sales of Irish whiskey continued to soar last year led by Jameson which recorded a 12.4 per cent rise in volumes globally, according to new figures. (...)

Alexander (Aleck) Crichton:  May 9th 1918 - April 18th 2017. Photograph: Brian Farrell

Alexander (Aleck) Crichton had a long life but he never wasted a moment. He was a whiskey magnate who served as governor of Bank of Ireland. A second (...)

 Joe Carmody, managing director of Edelman Ireland, and former British ambassador to Ireland Dominick Chilcott.  The company recorded profits of €218,993 for the 12 months to the end of June 2016. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

The Irish arm of Edelman, the world’s largest public relations firm, with more than 5,000 employees in 65 cities, reported a healthy rise in revenues (...)

An Post moves up from third to first place in the latest RepTrak study. Rounding off the list of 10 most reputable organisations are Aldi, Lidl, Google, Boots, Tourism Ireland, Aer Lingus and SuperValu. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

An Post has overtaken Bord Bia to top the RepTrak study which ranks 50 of Ireland’s largest and most familiar companies and organisations in terms of (...)

Pernod kept its profit outlook unchanged and achieved some robust quarterly growth in the US and Europe

Spirits maker Pernod Ricard, which owns Irish Distillers, said on Thursday that sales growth slowed slightly in the third quarter, reflecting weakness(...)

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