Chief executive Jack Teeling and Stephen Teeling, the company’s sales and marketing director. The whiskey brand was launched in 2012, with the distillery opening three years later

The Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Dublin has welcomed 425,000 visitors since opening in 2015, and achieved revenues of almost €13 million over the per(...)

Stephen Teeling, left, and his brother Jack Teeling outside the distillery in Dublin, which opened in 2015.

Sales of Teeling Whiskey increased 37 per cent last year to €12.2 million on a like-for-like basis, its latest accounts show. This continues the stro(...)

 Stephen  and Jack Teeling, who set up  Teeling Distillery in Dublin’s Liberties in 2015.

Teeling Whiskey is planning a €500,000 extension of its distillery in the Liberties area of Dublin to expand its production facilities and event space(...)

Brothers Stephen and Jack Teeling at the opening of the distillery Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

The Teeling Whiskey Distillery is reporting that it has had 25,000 visitors since opening its doors to the public in Dublin in June. Teeling Whiskey(...)

Pete & Mary Ward’s Country Choice at the Milk Market in Limerick. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

Friday sees the return of Culture Night, the annual event where arts and cultural institutions around the country open their doors for a night of f(...)

Stephen and Jack Teeling pictured outside their new distillery in Newmarket Square. Photograph: Irish Times/Dave Meehan

Dublin’s first new whiskey distillery in 125 years will open its doors to the public on Saturday morning. The €10 million Teeling distillery in Dubli(...)