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Irish Spirits & Irish Cheese - Meet the Makers at The Echlinville Distillery

The Echlinville Distillery, 62 Gransha Road, Kircubbin, County Down, BT22 1AJ
Irish Spirits & Irish Cheese - Meet the Makers at The Echlinville Distillery

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Experience Excellence with a tour and tasting at The Echlinville Distillery alongside some of Ireland's finest Cheese from our friends at Indie Fude

Experience the sights, sounds and smells of Ireland first farm distillery – home of Ireland's best known whiskeys, gins, vodka and Poitín.

Sample award winning premium Irish spirits and a selection of Irish cheese. Enjoy a guided tour of our distillery and perhaps even a dram of whiskey straight from the barrel in our cask warehouse.

Complete your afternoon with a stroll through the historic Echlinville Estate on our new visitor walkways.

Ticket price includes a welcome drink, distillery tour, samples from Echlinville's range of spirits and cheese selection from Indie Fude.

 

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Ticket£45.00 per ticket

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Season (6 July 2024)
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Saturday14:00 - 16:30
Season (7 Sept 2024)
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Saturday14:00 - 17:00

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