Enjoy Festive Food and Gifts at the Slane Distillery Christmas Market

Slane Distillery Christmas Market

This Christmas, Slane Distillery will be transformed into a spectacular Christmas village, complete with log cabins selling a variety of goods. The market cabins of the Slane Distillery Christmas Market, will sit in the courtyards of the 250-year-old Georgian stables and will be selling local produce, gifts, confectionary and more.

Visitors to the Slane Distillery Christmas Market can enjoy some tasty treats as they shop to find the perfect gift this season.

A selection of food trucks will be serving up delicious offerings such as the Slane Winter Spiced Apple Punch. This warming winter drunk is made with Slane Irish Whiskey and with local Cockagee Cider – perfect to keep you warm as you browse the market stalls.

The Slane Distillery Christmas Market will open on Friday the 30th November with a special tree lighting ceremony and will run up until Sunday 23rd of December.

As you shop, sip and savour culinary delights, there will also be lots of entertainment throughout the market. Every Friday and Saturday evening at the market there will be live music in the distillery’s Whiskey Lounge from a selection of artists. Entry to the market is free and visitors of all ages are welcome.

Slane Distillery Christmas Market

Speaking about the Christmas celebrations at the distillery, Slane Irish Whiskey co-founder Alex Conyngham said: “We’re delighted to bring a sprinkle of Christmas cheer to Slane this December. In addition to offering our guests a range of festive fun, the market also provides local producers and businesses with the opportunity to showcase the range of expertly made artisan produce coming from the distillery’s surrounding area.”

Slane Distillery Christmas Market

Continuing on Alex said: “At Slane Distillery, we are honoured to bring whiskey production back to the Boyne Valley and proud to support our neighbours who are creating some of the best artisan produce in the country.”

For more information on Slane Distillery or book a tour, please visit: www.slaneirishwhiskey.com

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