Irish Distillers

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The cask of 32-year-old Single Pot Still Redbreast Whiskey was cracked open by makers Irish Distillers and put into 816 bottles

More than 800 bottles of a rare Irish whiskey were snapped up by connoisseurs and speculators in less than two hours over the weekend despite having a(...)

Sales of Caskmates jumped 110 per cent in volume terms and 103 per cent in the 12 months to June 2017.

Irish Distillers, the owner of Jameson Whiskey, has acquired the Co Cork-based craft beer producer Eight Degrees Brewing for an undisclosed sum. No f(...)

Gardaí and the Health and Safety Authority have begun separate investigations.

Gardaí and the Health and Safety Authority have begun investigations into the death of a man at his workplace near Midleton in Co Cork. The man, name(...)

Irish Distillers  said it had broken the four million case milestone for Jameson whiskey in the first half of 2017

Irish Distillers has named Conor McQuaid as its new chief executive, with outgoing chief Jean-Christophe Coutures to head up Pernod Ricard’s scotch wh(...)

Irish whiskey, led by Jameson, is currently sold in 135 countries and exports are expected to double to 144 million bottles by 2020

Sales of Irish whiskey jumped 12.8 per cent to $897 million (€718 million) in the US last year as volumes rose 11.3 per cent to 4.2 million cases. Ne(...)

Lough Gill Distillery in Hazelwood Estate in Co Sligo is due to release three whiskeys under its Athrú brand name.

The steadily expanding shelf-space given over to Irish whiskey in our off-licences, supermarkets and airport retail says it all: Irish whiskey is enjo(...)

Stena Line ferries. Earlier this month Doyle Shipping won an injunction allowing it to continue to provide services to Stena Line ferries docking in Dublin Port

Stevedore Doyle Shipping’s case against Stena Line was back in court recently, where a ruling on costs was reserved. Earlier this month Doyle won an(...)

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(...)

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