Ahascragh distillery opens second investment round

Shares in the Galway-based whiskey and gin distiller will be made available to the wider public starting from €115

10th November, 2021
Ahascragh distillery opens second investment round
Husband-and-wife team Gareth and Michelle McAllister set out to found their own distillery after identifying that they believe is a gap in the market in Asia for premium Irish whiskey. Picture: Ahascragh

Ahascragh Distillery, a Galway-based distiller, has opened up a second funding round with a minimum target of €1.5 million.

The round, which the distillers has called the Clan Investment, round is open to the wider public with share prices starting from €115. The round includes rewards and benefits that range from personal gifts to special experiences that are unique to this fundraising campaign. Investments of more than €1,000 are also EIIS eligible.

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