William Grant

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Revenues for the company behind Tullamore Dew rose from €30.3 million in 2016 to €37 million last year as the company gained from the huge interest in Irish whiskey globally

Losses at the Irish subsidiary of Scottish drinks group William Grant & Sons almost halved in 2017, a year in which bottling of Tullamore Dew whis(...)

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(...)

William Grant & Sons is investing €35 million in a new distillery in Tullamore. Photograph: John D Kelly

William Grant & Sons has appointed a new global brand director for Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey, with Caspar MacRae taking up the role. Mr McRae wa(...)

While drinks companies and sporting bodies never made any secret of their disdain for any sponsorship ban, the FoI records point to a concerted push by a well-resourced and well-informed industry to bring its concerns directly into the heart of Government. Photograph: Inpho/Lorraine O’Sullivan

The drinks industry engaged in a sustained effort to dissuade the Coalition from banning the sponsorship of major sporting events by drink companies, (...)

Donard Gaynor’s knowledge of the global spirits market, particularly the buying habits of whiskey drinkers, is older than some of the rare malts resti(...)