Investment with award-winning distillers will be a barrel of fun
The EIIS investment model has proved to be particularly attractive for operations such as Dingle Distillery Ltd, which began crafting whiskey in 2012 and has won an international market for its award-winning gins and vodka
Distilling top-shelf whiskey is a long-term business and one that requires significant initial investment of time, expertise and resources.
And the EIIS investment model has proved to be particularly attractive for operations such as Dingle Distillery Ltd, which began crafting whiskey in 2012 and has won an international market for its award-winning gins and vodka.
Elliot Hughes of the distillery’s parent company, the Porterhouse pub and craft-brewing group feels that the EIIS model works very well...
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