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The Lost Distilleries of Ireland


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Scotch may now be the most popular whisky in the world, but over a century ago, it was Irish whisky which was most commonly drunk. Today, only three producing units exist: at Midleton, County Cork; Bushmills, County Antrim; and Cooley at Dundalk, County Louth. The author of this work has researched the lost distilleries of Ireland and details what happened to them. He relates the origins of distilling in Ireland - an Arabic hand-down to Irish monks; the links with Scotland; the wild years when illicit distilling was rampant ...

The Lost Distilleries of Ireland 2014, Neil Wilson Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781897784365

Trade paperback

The Lost Distilleries of Ireland 2000, Neil Wilson Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781897784877

2nd edition

Trade paperback