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Whiskey Live Dublin returns

Ireland’s premier whiskey tasting event Whiskey Live Dublin returns with a bigger than ever line-up of Irish and international whiskey showcased across two sessions (13:30-17:00 and 18:00-21:30) on Saturday the 5th of November in The Printworks, Dublin Castle, Dame Street, Dublin 2.

“We’ve all seen the whiskey industry flourish over the last number of years,” commented Event Organiser Ally Alpine of the Celtic Whiskey Shop, “We’ve witnessed lots of innovation, both in terms of product development and in the opening and expansion of so many distilleries across Ireland. This is great news for us and most importantly our visitors who should expect to see the fruits of over 60 unique exhibitors at this year’s show.”

Visitors will also have the opportunity to enjoy food pairings with KOH Bar, L Mulligan Grocer and 57 the Headline all creating tasty bites to compliment some favourite whiskeys. In addition to an extensive line-up of exhibitors there will also be a range of masterclasses taking place throughout the day to suit all interests whether it’s knowing more about the importance of the barrels used in maturation, meeting master distillers from some of the world’s leading distilleries, deconstructed whiskey tastings, tasting creative cocktails or simply finding out what the future holds for whiskey.

Classes take place from 13:00 until 19:00. Whiskey Live Dublin is advising everybody to book in advance to avoid disappointment as masterclass tickets are limited. The full list of masterclasses is available online.

Tickets for Whiskey Live Dublin itself are priced at €42 plus booking fee with the Celtic Whiskey Shop donating €10 per ticket to Down Syndrome Dublin. Masterclass tickets are an additional €5 with all money donated to Down Syndrome Dublin.

Tickets are available via http://www.Whiskeylivedublin.com or from the Celtic Whiskey Shop, 27-28 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, or by phone at 01-6759744.

 

 

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