This is AWESOME! Can’t wait to until they get to market!
Up until 2012 there were only 4 working and fully functioning Whiskey Distilleries in Ireland. All were owned by larger multinational companies; Kilbeggan (Co.Westmeath – Beam Suntory), Cooley (Co.Louth – Beam Suntory), Bushmills (Co.Antrim – Diageo) and Midleton (Co.Cork – Pernod Ricard.
With the release of the Irish Whiskey Assocation’s “Vision For Irish Whiskey” in May of this year Irish exports are expected to grow from 6.5million 9-litre cases a year to 24million 9-litre cases by 2030 and market share to grow by 300% between now and 2030, 4% to 12%.
Since 2012 planning permission for over 30 new distilleries has been submitted with many already having broken ground and cask on their sites and some already distilling or aging their whiskey for market sale. The most notable openings would be Tullamore DEW who opened their new facility on the 17th September 2014 and the Teeling Whiskey Company, the first…
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