A gin star is born

It’s a golden age for Irish gin, but one new experiment in particular has yielded intoxicating, truly unique results

10th March, 2019
The Irish Distillers micro-distillery

The gin revolution that has been in full swing across Europe since the 2007 financial crash is the product of many factors, but in Ireland it has been borne of simple expediency.

When you set up a new whiskey distillery, the law, the Whiskey Act of 1980, requires that you place your newly made whiskey spirit into barrels and let it mature for three years and a day. At the end of your three-year wait, you...

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