The
Distillery

These walls have seen a lot in their 400 years. They have rung to the shouts and clamour of a busy mill grinding flour for local bakeries, carts clattering on the cobbles outside, the squeak of the winch as the sacks of grain were hauled up.

Then, after the time of the mill, came a tannery, preparing rabbit pelts and animal hides for working into finery for the wealthy and the high-born.

Now housing our busy distillery, this building seems at times to hold within its walls something of the spirit of those who were here before. The people of the Liberties. They worked hard and took pride in what they did. So do we.

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The
Master
Distiller

DARRYL McNALLY

Our Master Distiller honed his craft, spending almost 20 years at Ireland’s Oldest Distillery distilling, blending, selecting casks and carefully watching over the maturing spirit. A man of patience and perfection, Darryl ensures that every drop of whiskey crafted tastes of Heaven.

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The
Liberties

We are well named. The area known as The Liberties grew up beyond Dublin’s old city walls, beyond sovereign and private jurisdictions; free. And we stayed that way: a little stubborn, occasionally rebellious. But always with an open heart.

We like our opinions strong and our whiskey to match.
And we have a story like no other.

This wild and wayward quarter of old Dublin. For it was indeed a notorious place, with danger and intrigue waiting on every cobbled corner. Yet it was industrious too – noisy with the shouts of hawkers and traders, the clang and clatter of forges, printing presses and tanners... There were also hidden distilleries and illicit taverns.

The people were strong, independent, inventive: they had to be. And they welcomed both criminals and the cream of society.

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This lively and colourful quarter is unlike any other in our city’s long history. Indeed, many of us believe that the people of The Liberties are the real, true Dubliners. And it is certainly the case that we have played our part in Dublin’s cultural, political, industrial and commercial life since the very beginning, over a thousand years ago.

We have always worked hard here. Generations of traders and craftsmen have made their home here: tanners, weavers, printers, blacksmiths and carpenters; and of course brewers and distillers.

Yes, we have always worked hard. And relaxed just as hard.

Make yourself at home. You’re very welcome.

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The
Whiskey

We are well named. The area known as The Liberties grew up beyond Dublin’s old city walls, beyond sovereign and private jurisdictions; free. And we stayed that way: a little stubborn, occasionally rebellious. But always with an open heart.

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Drinks

We’re plain speakers here, with strong opinions. But, like our whiskey, we mix well. And once we’re friends, we’re friends for life. Provided you behave yourself, of course.