Whack For The Daddy/Mammy-O

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It’s a whiskey festival.

Not a whisky festival.

Oisin Davis writes:

The older distilleries are expanding to meet global demand and there are new distilleries being built around the entire country. The wheels are in motion for Irish whiskey to make a massive comeback! So why not celebrate with some of the best venues in the capital city?

Dublin Whiskey Fest kicks off on February 16 and runs until February 21st.

Twenty five venues [see below] are coming on board and each one of them will be offering up a special Irish whiskey drink at a 30% discount.

As Irish whiskey is such a versatile spirit, we wanted the venues to feature their choice of one of five different serves. So each venue will be selling either a hot toddy, an Irish coffee, an Irish whiskey cocktail, a pairing with a local beer or just a neat serve.

Participating bars?

57, The Headline; Against The Grain ; BarRustic; Bison Bar; Brasserie 66; Bull & Castle ; Coppinger Row; Delahunt; Diep Le Shaker; Ely, CHQ; Fade Street Social; Koh; Mary’s Bar and Hardware; Peruke & Periwig; Saba; The Blind Pig; The Liquor Rooms;The Palace Bar; The Old Storehouse; The Stag’s Head; Tribeca; Ukiyo; Upstairs @ Kinara Kitchen ; Vintage Cocktail Club.

Hic.

Dublin Whiskey festival (Facebook)

19 thoughts on “Whack For The Daddy/Mammy-O

        1. Spaghetti Hoop

          Nah, not me. Just believe that if you’re gonna do a photo shoot, clean your props and if you’re gonna stand on the steps of your country’s parliament and announce a Budget, clean your fuppin’ shoes.
          I read somewhere that people announce that they’re OCD just to sound interesting.

        1. meh.

          It is REALLY hard to beat a well made Old Fashioned – especially one made with Woodford Reserve bourbon.
          This seems to be an Irish whiskey-fest though and Old Fashioneds don’t work really well with that.

  1. Tucker Done

    The older distilleries are expanding to meet global demand and there are new distilleries being built around the entire country. The wheels are in motion for Irish to make a massive comeback! So why not celebrate with some of the best venues in the capital city?

    Dublin Fest kicks off on February 16 and runs until February 21st.

    Twenty five venues [see below] are coming on board and each one of them will be offering up a special Irish at a 30% discount.

    As Irish is such a versatile spirit, we wanted the venues to feature their choice of one of five different serves. So each venue will be selling either a hot toddy, an Irish coffee, an Irish cocktail, a pairing with a local or just a neat serve.

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