Dingle Whiskey is Back on Irish Shelves

Dingle Whiskey is Back on Irish Shelves!

Dingle Whiskey was first launched in November 2016 and sold out immediately but good news for whiskey lovers as it is available again. A further 3,500 bottles of Dingle Single Malt Whiskey (46.5%, €65), the balance of the first batch, is now arriving on shelves nationwide at Off Licences, O’Brien’s stores, The Celtic Whiskey shop as well as Shannon Airport.

A very limited quantity of the Dingle Whiskey Cask Strength (60.7%, €120) will also be released. Dingle Whiskey is also available at bars nationwide.

Elliot Hughes of The Porterhouse Brewing Company said, “Whiskey aficionados are always keen to add a bottle of first batch whiskey to their collection. The demand in November was phenomenal, so we’re delighted to be able to release the rest of the first batch!”

Dingle whiskey is hand crafted throughout. From the immensely manual mashing process, to hand labeling and bottling. Using a wooden wash back and fermentation tanks, Dingle Whiskey is then triple distilled using three individual copper pot stills which gives the whiskey its unique flavour.

The Dingle Distillery, in the old sawmills on the fringes of Dingle and is Ireland’s first purpose built distillery in over 100 years. It grew out of the success of The Porterhouse Brewing Company.

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