1- Teeling Whiskey Distillery
Teeling Whiskey Distillery is a stunning new independent distillery, the first in 125 years, in Dublin’s Newmarket area. Award-winning whiskey is made onsite. The tour and tasting is a must for whiskey lovers.
13-17 Newmarket, Dublin 8
2- Irish Whiskey Museum
The Irish Whiskey Museum is a great place to learn about Irish whiskey. This museum has only been open for a year. Knowledgeable guides are great fun and you get to taste several different Irish whiskeys at the end of the tour. The museum is located opposite Trinity College.
119 Grafton Street, Dublin 2
3- Jameson Whiskey
One of the best-known Irish whiskeys, the old distillery in Smithfield is now a top tourist attraction. Jameson Whiskey is actually distilled in Midleton, Co Cork, but you can learn about the fascinating history of the best Irish whiskey here. Make sure to book ahead.
Bow Street, Smithfield Village, Dublin 7
4- Dingle Whiskey Bar
This is a newish pub – but a good one. Named after Dingle Distillery in Co Kerry, this Dublin pub has a beautiful interior of reclaimed whiskey barrels. There’s a great range of drinks at Dingle Whiskey Bar but don’t leave without knocking back a glass of Dingle Whiskey.
45 Nassau Street, Dublin 2
5- Celtic Whiskey Shop
Drool over an amazing selection of whiskeys here at the Celtic Whiskey Shop. Irish whiskey is undergoing a renaissance and this is a good place to check out the new names. Overseas shipping is available and you can have the best Irish whiskey turn up at your doorstep.
27-28 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
Mary O’Brien is an Australian travel writer who grew up in Ireland and is partial to a tipple. She was assisted by Tourism Ireland.
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