How is Irish whiskey made? How is Irish whiskey made? Do you already know? If so, this article is not really aimed at you. Instead, I’m writing it for all the people who don’t know, who would like to know READ MORE
Single pot still Irish Whiskeys of Midleton present their first ever Google hangout on air live from the Google foundry, Dublin.
As you know, I have long admired the way that Midleton Distillery, Jameson and Irish Distillers place so much emphasis on the people who make their whiskey. Many other whisk(e)y companies are fronted by accountants and marketeers who just act as a buffer between the folks who actually run the distilleries and their public.
Minister Coveney unveils ambitious vision for Irish Whiskey – exports to double by 2020, double again by 2030, Irish Whiskey writer Stuart McNamara breaks down the news. Irish Food Minister Simon Coveney has launched the Irish Whiskey Association’s “Vision for READ MORE
Stuart’s latest take on the global Irish Whiskey revival and the Mecca that is Galway. While Irish Whiskey is undergoing an amazing global revival of popularity and sales, my own shocking experience is that the very people who are allowing READ MORE
Stuart reviews the latest whiskey from his native West Cork and discovers links between a President, River Dance and Single Malt Irish Whiskey. Douglas Hyde, the first President of Ireland was an unusual character. He grew up in French Park READ MORE
Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard has just announced the launch of Redbreast Mano a Lámh, the first expression in the Redbreast Irish Whiskey range to be matured solely in ex-oloroso sherry butts. This special Redbreast Single Pot Still Irish whiskey is READ MORE
Believe it or not, it is 30 years since Midleton Very Rare Whiskey first made an appearance in the Whiskey world. Midleton really was the flagship whiskey of Irish distillers and represented all that was best in the Irish Distillers READ MORE
As a young child living near Midleton in Ireland, my dad loved Scammel trucks! And now, as I stand right next to a vintage John Jameson liveried Scammel in the old Midleton distillery, I can see what he where he READ MORE
Tullamore D.E.W, along with Bushmills and Jameson is one of the few surviving “Old Guards” of Irish Whiskey. Tullamore DEW has just built a new Irish Whiskey Distillery. Irish Whiskey Writer Stuart McNamara drops by and learns that the new READ MORE