Drinks industry veteran’s whiskey bonder raises €2.1m in funding
Chapel Gate Whiskey, founded by Louise McGuane, plans to use the funding boost to get ‘boots on the ground’ in US market
Chapel Gate Whiskey, the whiskey bonder founded by Louise McGuane, a drinks industry veteran, has raised a further €2.1 million in funding.
The company, which is behind the JJ Corry brand of whiskey, raised the money from several mostly US-based investors, including its new partner Trinity Beverage Group, the American drinks distribution company.
McGuane told the Business Post that the funding was raised in part to help it build on its market presence in the...
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