This week our Irish Whiskey News features articles on the release of an ultrarare Midleton Very Rare and the Irish Whiskey Museum and Teeling Distillery receive €200,000 in Failte Ireland funding. 

So let’s see what’s happening this week in our Irish whiskey news.

 

Irish Whiskey News - March 27 - 2019 - Searsons Bar

New Midleton Very Rare Whiskey Announced with Eye Watering Price Tag

One of Ireland’s most prominent publicans and owner of nine of Dublin’s finest pubs, Charlie Chawke, has recently purchased a Single Cask of Midleton Very Rare. Hand selected especially for Charlie Chawke by Irish Distillers in Midleton Distillery, this exclusive Single Cask is only available in Searsons on Baggot Street, Dublin 4 and online in the coming weeks.

A historic Dublin pub forever known as a meeting point for business networking and match days, Searsons has a dedicated whiskey bar boasting an extensive range, including an impressive collection of Midleton Very Rare. Charlie Chawke has been an avid collector of Midleton Very Rare and his collection, which takes pride of place in Searsons on Baggot Street, includes every vintage since 1984. The most significant addition to his collection is this specially selected Single Cask; a 28-year-old whiskey matured in a first fill bourbon barrel, which was distilled in 1990 in the Midleton Distillery in Co. Cork.

 

Irish Whiskey News - March 27 - 2019 - Teeling Whiskey

Fáilte Ireland Announces Over €1.75m In Funding For 11 Dublin Visitor Attraction

Fáilte Ireland has announced that just over €1.75 million will be invested in 11 Dublin visitor attractions through its ‘Dublin’s Surprising Stories Grants Scheme’. The announcement was made on Tuesday March 26 at Glasnevin Cemetery Museum by the minister for finance and public expenditure and reform Paschal Donohoe. Successful applicants include the Irish Whiskey Museum and the Teeling Distillery

The funding is part of Fáilte Ireland’s strategy to ensure continued growth and sustainability in the tourism industry and to support the development of world-class visitor attractions in the Dublin region. The investment will be used for the improvement of physical interpretation such as foreign language provision, video, interpretive panels and interactive technology, and is also designed to encourage attractions to extend the opening hours.


 

 

 

Thanks again for reading our Irish Whiskey News.

Andrew

 

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