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Buffalo Trace Tasting 26th September 2018

Buffalo Trace Tasting 26th September 2018

Julie Wednesday 26th September 2018 0
Join Drew Mayville, the Master Blender from the Buffalo Trace Distillery as he takes us through whiskeys from the worlds most awarded distillery on Wednesday 26th September at 7.30pm. Drew will talk and taste us through the diverse range which Buffalo Trace Distillery has on offer, including our straight bourbon, wheated bourbon and straight rye recipes. Learn everything you need to know about American Whiskey. Drew brings a vast amount of experience working in the whiskey industry so is sure t...
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SOLD OUT! American Whiskey Tasting July 4th 2018

SOLD OUT! American Whiskey Tasting July 4th 2018

Julie Wednesday 4th July 2018 0
A rare chance to try the full Antique Collection amongst other delicious American Whiskeys. The night will be hosted George Roberts from Hi-Spirits Ireland and on the night the following whiskeys will be available to taste: 1792 Bourbon Small Batch E.H Taylor Bourbon Eagle Rare 17 Year Old 2017 George T Stagg 2017 Sazerac Rye 18 Year Old 2017 Thomas Handy Rye 2017 William Larue Weller 2017 Stagg JR    €50 per ticket & €45 for Celtic Whiskey Club members   Wednesday 4th July  57 the ...
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SOLD OUT! Making American Whiskey Great Again

SOLD OUT! Making American Whiskey Great Again

Rachel Thursday 13th July 2017 0
NOW SOLD OUT! An amazing opportunity to try the full Van Winkle range of bourbons plus some of the very best whiskey being bottled by Buffalo Trace distillery.  Whiskeys being sampled on the night will include: Old Rip Van Winkle Bourbon 10 Year Old  Old Rip Van Winkle Bourbon 13 Year Old Special Reserve Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon 15 Year Old Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon 20 Year Old Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon 23 Year Old George T. Stagg Bourbon 2016 William Larue Weller Bourbon 2016 Sazerac ...
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American Craft Distilling

American Craft Distilling

System Monday 26th January 2015 2
Distilling in America can trace its roots back to the 1600s when Europeans landed with a longing to set up farms on newly (ahem) acquired fertile land. Corn and sugar cane were new crops to many of these settlers and it was not long before they began plantations for commercial purposes. Sometimes a bumper harvest would come along and farmers were left with an excess. Some settlers from Scotland, Ireland and Wales brought with them a knowledge of distilling and they quickly adapted their old r...
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