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"A History of Irish Whiskey"
If whiskey is your poison, get ready to indulge to your heart's content. After the educational tour of the distillery, and your careful attention to the historical overview, retire to the in-house pub and make a little whiskey history of your own. There's also a restaurant with fixed price menus for lunch and dinner. Whether you want to learn more about the whiskey making process, indulge in hearty food or taste new spirits, a visit to Old Jameson Distillery won't let you down.
Bow Street, Smithfield Village, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Today: 09:30 AM - 06:30 PM Closed Now
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Monday to Sunday 09:30 AM to 06:30 PM
"A History of Irish Whiskey"
If whiskey is your poison, get ready to indulge to your heart's content. After the educational tour of the distillery, and your careful attention to the historical overview, retire to the in-house pub and make a little whiskey history of your own. There's also a restaurant with fixed price menus for lunch and dinner. Whether you want to learn more about the whiskey making process, indulge in hearty food or taste new spirits, a visit to Old Jameson Distillery won't let you down.
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Bow Street
Smithfield Village, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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