Old Jameson Distillery Irish Whiskey Trail

    A temple of Irish whiskey since 1780, the Old Jameson Distillery has stayed standing through rivalries, recessions, prohibitions and civil wars. The OJD experience invites visitors to explore the storied history behind Ireland’s most famous whiskey in an original building of John Jameson’s once-sprawling headquarters. As well as delving in read more


    Irish Whiskey Museum

    ​The Irish Whiskey Museum is independent of the drinks industry, therefore we are able to offer different whiskeys in our tasting. While being separate from any particular brand of whiskey, we have developed relationships with several distilleries. We have also been endorsed by companies such as Diageo, Pernod Ricard, Bushmills, read more

  • Thomas Connolly Sligo

    Thomas Connolly’s pub was first licensed in 1861. As Sligo’s Oldest pub , there was once a grocer’s shop at one end of the pub – now gone – popular for making sugar, selling tea and bottling whiskey. As part of the Irish Whiskey trail we want to continue the read more

  • The Swagman Bar Sligo

    The Swagman Bar in Sligo is a new addition to the Irish Whiskey Trail. If ever a town needed a whiskey bar it was Sligo, the home of Yeats with its huge cultural heritage of literature, art and music. The Swagman team are rapidly developing a nice range of over read more

  • Duke Of York

    The Duke Of York is a traditional pub in the Cathedral Quarter of Belfast. There is an extensive selection of both (Irish) whiskeys and (Scotch) whiskies, and lots of other good stuff to drink too. Hope to see you there soon!

  • Skeff Bar

    Home to Galway’s premier cocktail bar, intimate whiskey bar and late bar until 2am. We service food all day long so whether you are look for breakfast, lunch or dinner we have you covered. Using local produce we bake our own bread, make our own granola, chutneys and jams. So read more

  • The Dylan Whisky Bar

    The Dylan is an old Victorian style bar that specialies in fine whiskies. Our Whisky Library now contains nearly 185+ of the worlds finest whiskies and over 60 premium Gins & is continually growing. With comfortable leather seating, private snugs, an open turf fire & walls adorned with whiskey mirrors, read more

  • Shelbourne Bar Cork

    The Shelbourne Bar is a traditional Irish pub, which opened in 1895. It was originally two bars of equal size, divided by a pillar you can see in the middle of the bar counter. Up until 1996 the side of bar where the fireplace resides was called ‘An Siol Broin’, read more