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€11m redevelopment for Jameson's Dublin home

Irish Distillers says whiskey tourism sector is growing

11th August, 2016
Makeover for Jameson visitor centre in Smithfield

Irish Distillers has announced plans for an €11m redevelopment of the Old Jameson Distillery in Smithfield in Dublin.

The company, which produces some of the most well-known Irish whiskeys, said the new centre would strengthen Ireland’s growing whiskey tourism industry, which currently attracts 600,000 tourists a year.

To facilitate the refurbishment, the Old Jameson Distillery will close on August 31 and will officially re-open in March 2017.

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