The Irishman Single Malt Irish Whiskey - Triple Distilled from 100% Barley & Oak Cask Aged - 40% Alcohol Volume - 70cl (0.7 Litre) Bottle
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The Irishman is a boutique producer of premium Irish Whiskies. Most notable is The Irishman 70 which has already claimed 4 gold meals this year including the International Spirits Challenge and a Double Gold at The San Francisco Spirits competition.
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a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t Bielenberg, Andy (2009). Ireland and the Industrial Revolution: The impact of the industrial revolution on Irish industry, 1801-1922. Routledge. ISBN 978-0415448468.
We review The Irishman Cask Strength Irish Whiskey 2023 Release, a blending of select Irish single malt and single pot whiskeys that’s bottled at 110.6 proof. (image via Taylor Shiells/The Whiskey Wash) Tasting Notes: The Irishman Cask Strength Irish Whiskey 2023 Release
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Tipperary Distillery, County Tipperary (est. 2020) – production of their own distillate began in November 2020 after having bottled sourced spirit since 2016.
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Cooraclare, Co. Clare, Ireland (October 17 2017) -- The Chapel Gate Irish Whiskey Co., Ireland’s only whiskey bonder, has announced the launch of its first whiskey, J.J. Corry, in the U.K. market. Read more A New Era for Luxury Irish Whiskey: Midleton Very Rare Bourbon barrel 1994: 7th October 2017 Cooley Distillery, County Louth (est. 1987) – when opened it was the only independent distillery in Ireland.  Along with its sister distillery in Kilbeggan, it produces the Connemara, Tyrconnell, Kilbeggan and 2Gingers whiskeys. It has been owned by Beam Suntory since 2011. Baoilleach Distillery, County Donegal (est. 2019) – produces gin and poitín, will start production of whiskey in early 2022.
Whiskey Review: The Irishman Cask Strength Irish Whiskey 2023
Vision for Irish Whiskey May 2015" (PDF). www.abfi.ie. Alcoholic Beverage Federation of Ireland. Archived from the original (PDF) on 18 January 2017 . Retrieved 12 January 2017. The late 1980s saw the beginnings of a long and slow resurgence in the Irish whiskey industry, with the establishment of the Cooley Distillery in 1987 by John Teeling,  and then Pernod Ricard's takeover of Irish Distillers in 1988, which led to increased marketing of Irish whiskeys, in particular Jameson, overseas.Taylor, Charlie (30 November 2018). "Powerscourt investors raise a glass to Irish whiskey". The Irish Times . Retrieved 27 May 2019. Although known to have occurred for hundreds of years, records of whiskey production in Ireland can be difficult to come by, particularly in the earlier years when production was unregulated. Even in later years, as production was frequently illicit, official records bear little resemblance to reality.  In addition, as many Irish records were traditionally oral rather than written, details on early production are likely lost.  There are some legal and technical regulations around exactly how it can be made, but Irish whiskey, put simply, is whiskey distilled in Ireland. (When it comes to whiskey, Ireland includes both the independent Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, which is part of the UK.) Many brands are distilled three times in copper pot stills, but other distilleries and styles use other methods and types of still. Some whiskeys are made from only malted barley, while others use a combination of barley and other grains.