Whiskey Live Dublin is showcasing both the long established and new arrivals to the Irish whiskey scene

THE best of Irish and international whiskey will be celebrated as Whiskey Live returns to Dublin for the fifth time on Saturday October 24 in its new city centre location of The Printworks at Dublin Castle, Dublin 2.
I was at the event last year and can testify to it being a great day/evening out, particularly for whiskey drinkers.
Whiskey Live Dublin showcases an eclectic collection of whiskeys from around the world, along with great food pairings, cocktails and a range of entertaining master classes.
This year also sees the introduction of craft gins and vodkas, reflecting the continuing growth of distilleries and the whiskey industry in Ireland.
Visitors will have the opportunity to sample whiskeys, whiskey cask-matured craft beers, whiskey cocktails and other Irish spirits and liqueurs while mingling with their producers and distillers. Among the large variety of exhibitors are Nikka Japanese, Wild Beech Leaf Liqueur, Kilbeggan Distillery, Teeling Distillery, Dingle Gin and Vodka, Glendalough, Longueville House Apple Brandy, Single Pot Still Whiskeys of Ireland (Midleton, Redbreast, Powers), Isle of Arran, St Patrick’s Distillery, Walsh Whiskey and Bulleit Bourbon.

Delicious
Mixologists from Koh Bar, Bull and Castle and Native Blenders will be on hand serving up samples of delicious Irish whiskey cocktails. A selection of Dublin’s best restaurants, including Koh Bar, L Mulligan Grocer and FXBs will present a menu of food pairings to match the whiskeys. Whether you are a whiskey enthusiast, an uninitiated newcomer or just looking for a day out that offers you something different, Whiskey Live is a winner.
Organiser Ally Alpine of The Celtic Whiskey Shop commenting on the event says: “This year’s line up of exhibitors is the strongest Dublin has ever seen and it really reflects the new investment and energy in the Irish whiskey category.
“Over recent years there has been significant interest in Irish whiskey globally and this is evident in how this indigenous industry has grown and will flourish over the next decade.”
Tickets for Whiskey Live Dublin are priced at €39.50 plus booking fee with The Celtic Whiskey Shop donating €10 per ticket to Down Syndrome Dublin. Tickets are available via www.whiskeylivedublin.com or from the Celtic Whiskey Shop, 27-28 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, or by phone at 01-675 9744. Visit www.whiskeylivedublin.com for more details.
The move to the new location has allowed the event to grow to accommodate up to 1,200 visitors over two sessions 1.30-5pm and 6-9.30pm.

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