Teeling’s Great Northern Distillery valued at €122.6 million after deal
Great Northern – which is owned by Teeling, his sons Jack and Stephen, James Finn and David Hynes – had initially bought the old Harp brewery in Dundalk with a plan to develop a distillery
John Teeling’s Great Northern Distillery has been valued at €122.6 million after a recent deal in which it bought a related company.
Great Northern – which is owned by Teeling, his sons Jack and Stephen, James Finn and David Hynes – had initially bought the old Harp brewery in Dundalk with a plan to develop a distillery.
The ownership was split between two companies, Great Northern Distillery (GND) and the Irish Whiskey Company...
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