Irish Distillers

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Brian Cowen. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Brian Cowen Former taoiseach Brian Cowen retired from politics in February 2011, having served as leader since May 2008. The Co Offaly politician, (...)

Kevin O’Neill: “I definitely think coming into a new role with an open mind and a willingness to be flexible helps a lot.”

What/where did you study and when did you graduate? I studied law with philosophy (BCL) in UCD and graduated in 2017. Whilst I thoroughly enjoyed stu(...)

Graduate training programmes offer graduates a great opportunity to gain valuable experience in their chosen career area. Photograph: iStock

Dedicated graduate programmes are increasingly important to recruitment and more companies are going down this route. The following is a selection of (...)

Sales of Caskmates rose 86 per cent in the US last year

Jameson remains the most popular Irish whiskey in the world, selling 7.3 million cases last year. This marks the brand’s 29th year of consecutive gro(...)

Rivals have benefited from the popularity of Jameson

When it comes to the Irish whiskey sector, it is very much an “all for one, one for all” scenario. There might be fierce rivalry behind the scenes, bu(...)

Jameson is the runaway success story with sales soaring 13 per cent to 6. 5 million cases in the 12 months to the end of August 2017

When it comes to the Irish whiskey sector it is rare for disputes between different producers to make it into public. There may be fierce rivalries (...)

Jameson is now ranked in 43rd spot in IWSR’s top 100 spirit brands, up from 48th place last year and 61st place in 2014.

Jameson whiskey was one of the strongest-performing spirits globally last year, according to new figures which show Guinness owner Diageo has the high(...)

Flutes of Black Rock stout being served at the Long Table dinner in Dungarvan Brewery to celebrate Indie Beer Week

What’s the closest brewery to you? This is the week to find out – and drop in for a visit with more than 30 microbreweries opening their doors around (...)

American oak barrels containing Jameson whiskey, produced by Irish Distillers Ltd., are seen stacked at the Midleton distillery.  Businessman John Teeling has warned that there may be a scarcity of the Irish spirit within the next few years due to surging global demand. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Whiskey magnate John Teeling has warned that there may be a scarcity of the Irish spirit within the next few years due to surging global demand. Mr (...)

John Teeling, right, at the Great Northern Brewery in Dundalk. Photograph: Keith Arkins/NCP

John Teeling, the entrepreneur who led a renaissance in Irish whiskey from his Cooley Distillery in Louth, is looking outside the county for a locatio(...)

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