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Alltech to put €5.7m into Dublin distillery based in old church

Alltech, the animal nutrition giant controlled by Irish tycoon Pearse Lyons, is investing €5.7 million in opening a new distillery in Dublin city centre, a move that will result in the creation of around 20 jobs.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
22nd February, 2015
The distillery will be located at the old St James’s church close to the Guinness Storehouse

The distillery will be located at the old St James’s church, close to the Guinness Storehouse.

The O’Toole Partnership Architects and O’Byrne Jenkins project managers have been hired to work on redeveloping the church, which was deconsecrated in 1961. The site is also home to a graveyard which dates back to the 10th century.

Alltech’s primary business is in food science, with its Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) headquarters...

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