You've made the pilgrimage to Bourbon County and maybe even traveled part of Scotland's whisky trail, but have you visited any Irish distilleries? While the country's whiskey has become wildly popular in America, what's not widely known is that all four of its distillers are now open to the public. In honor of St. Patrick's Day, we suggest you take a trip, or just pour yourself a dram and daydream. Bon voyage!
This Northern Ireland town has been making whiskey for more than 400 years, and its eponymous distillery is well-equipped for visitors. For more information, see the full story, and try a Bushmills Irish Buck.
The largest independent distillery on the Emerald Isle produces many different brands. For more information, see the full story.
There are two Jameson distilleries you can visit: the original location in Dublin and the main facility in County Cork. For more information, see the full story, and try a classic Irish Coffee.
After being closed for 50 years, this distillery reopened in 2007. For more information, see the full story.
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