Distilleries in Dublin

Top 6 Distilleries

Jameson Distillery Bow St.

This is the original Jameson Distillery Bow St., where distiller John Jameson first set up shop in 1780. Over 230 years and a major renovation later, it now hosts fun and fascinating experiences such as premium whiskey tasting, whiskey-blending lessons, and cocktail-crafting classes.

4.7 (743 reviews)
Irish Whiskey Museum

The nectar of life is all around you at one of Dublin's top attractions - the Irish Whiskey Museum. Here's where to come for a full lowdown on whiskey's history and to see some very cool whiskey memorabilia from the 1800s. The Irish Whiskey Museum is located right in the heart of Dublin, by Trinity College.

4.8 (194 reviews)
Teeling Whiskey Distillery

If you like a little tipple on a day trip, here's a destination for the Dublin list. The Teeling Whiskey Distillery, right in the heart of the city centre is the perfect place for anyone interested in Dublin's association – or, more accurately, obsession – with Irish whiskey. The Bang Bang Bar has great views over the city, and the on-site café has delicious food to help soak up all that booze.

4.5 (183 reviews)
The Dublin Liberties Distillery

Nestled in the vibrant heart of Dublin, the Dublin Liberties Distillery is a beguiling blend of age-old charm and modern vibrancy. Embark on a captivating journey through a bustling whiskey distillery, guided by the intricate details of its operation. Your adventure commences with a tempting Dubliner Honeycomb, a warm and inviting prelude. Then, surrender to the indulgence of tasting our carefully crafted whiskeys, each sip a moment to cherish in the snug atmosphere of the distillery bar or the secluded blenders room. Immerse yourself in the essence of Dublin whiskey production, a rich and evocative fusion of time-honoured tradition and forward-thinking innovation.

5 (3 reviews)
Roe & Co Distillery

The building in which today's Roe & Co Distillery is housed was once the power station of the Guinness Brewery. The original Roe Distillery is located next to it, and the only remnant of it is St. Patrick's Tower (an old windmill). After shutting down in 1926, the distillery was reopened in 2019 as the Roe & Co Distillery, and is the latest addition to Dublin's whiskey industry.

5 (6 reviews)
Pearse Lyons Distillery

Pearse Lyons Distillery at St. James is an Irish whiskey distillery. Its founder, Pearse Lyons, held a PhD in yeast fermentation, and was the first Irishman to receive a formal degree in brewing and distilling from the British School of Malting and Brewing.

4.8 (14 reviews)

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