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About: Powerscourt Distillery

Powerscourt Distillery is one of Ireland's newest whiskey distilleries. It opened in 2019 amidst a national neo-renaissance of Irish whiskey making. Located on the opulent Powerscourt Estate in Enniskerry, County Wicklow, the distillery itself is housed inside a former water mill, but the antique stone building houses a bright, modern state-of-the-art distillery.

Embracing traditional whiskey craft and modern techniques, the distillery makes for a compelling visit for anyone interested in Ireland's heritage and its contemporary cultural landscape. With guided tours and an excellent visitors centre, it makes for one of the best day trips from Dublin, and a perfect pitstop while exploring the natural beauty of Wicklow.

Powerscourt Distillery
Powerscourt Estate, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow, Dublin
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