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Belfast Whiskey Week is only a week away and this year features even more events, historical walks and tastings than any year before. The festival is Ireland’s largest whiskey festival and runs from July 22nd to July 31st.

We would like to highlight some of the events that are happening over the ten days of the festival.

 

History Walk with Irish Whiskey Review

This tour is tailored for Belfast Whiskey Week and is full of swigs and sips, lite bites and tastes of the city as well as tit-bits and stories that will stay with you way beyond this week of whiskey. Book Now

 

Glens of Antrim Distillery: Spirits, Myths & Legends

Glens of Antrim Distillery are giving a sample of their new project from the McKillop family with their Lír Irish Whiskey. Book Now

 

Cooking with Whiskey

We are taking over Belfast Cookery School and letting you experience cooking a two course meal with whiskies. This is a fantastic opportunity to try out your own cookery skills and master some new ones while using whiskey in the kitchen. Book Now

 

The Writings of Whisky: Uisce Beatha

Join us in the Linehall Library to look at writers who have either been inspired by whisky, written about whiskey or referenced whiskies in their works. Book Now

 

Ahascragh Distillery: A Warm Welcome and Introduction

Ahascragh will be a name very unfamiliar to most, yet it has some very impressive single malts available in small quantities. Book Now

 

You can see a full list of events on the Belfast Whiskey Week website. Visit belfastwhiskeyweek.com for more information.

 

Have a listen to Paul O’Cahan and Irish Whiskey Magazine talk about the upcoming festival on the latest Words of Whiskey.

 

 


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