Whiskey distilleries in planning dispute

Two planned distilleries in Dublin's Liberties are in a planning row that could scupper the plans for a whiskey district in the neighbourhood.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
23rd March, 2014
Jack Teeling, founder of the Teeling Whiskey Company. Picture: Conor McCabe Photography

Two planned distilleries in Dublin's Liberties are in a planning row that could scupper the plans for a whiskey district in the neighbourhood.

Jack and Stephen Teeling, the sons of Irish whiskey millionaire John Teeling, have filed an objection with Dublin City Council, claiming that the traffic congestion from the nearby Dublin Whiskey Company would damage their business.

The Teeling brothers, whose father sold his Cooley Distillery to American drinks giant Beam for €73 million...

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