Whiskey Live Dublin will take place on Saturday 25th November at the new city centre location of The Printworks, Dublin Castle on Dame Street. The afternoon session shall take place from 1.30pm - 5.00pm and the evening session from 6.00pm - 9.30pm.
There will also be additional master classes for which it will be possible to purchase tickets for at a later date.
Whiskey Live Dublin is Ireland’s premier whiskey tasting event, showcasing both the long established and new arrivals to the Irish whiskey scene. In addition to this, there will be wonderful food pairings and cocktails provided by some of Dublin’s most esteemed bars and restaurants, which will be expanded on in 2017. The event will also feature the ever growing range of other Irish craft spirits and some whiskey barrel aged craft beers.
This event is intended to be enjoyed by anyone who likes whiskey - from the occasional drinker, to those heavily involved in the Irish whiskey trade. There is something for everyone to enjoy at Whiskey Live Dublin!
Strictly over 18s. I.D. Required
DATE Saturday 25th November 2017
TIMES Afternoon session 1.30pm-5.00pm, Evening session 6.00pm-9.30pm.
Afternoon session tickets can only be used between 1.30pm-5.00pm
VENUE Printworks, Dublin Castle, Dublin 2
TICKET PRICE €42, plus booking fee. Must be purchased in advance.
TICKET ENTITLEMENTS 8 drink samples & 1 food sample from each pairing.
A minimum of €10 per ticket will be donated to Down Syndrome Dublin. For more detail on Down Syndrome Dublin please see below.
Down Syndrome Dublin is a charity aimed at building better lives for children, teens and adults with Down Syndrome in Dublin city and county. Down Syndrome Dublin strives to enable people with Down Syndrome to live life to its fullest, and lead an active role in their neighbourhood, community, workplace and school.
Down Syndrome Dublin is a charity affiliated to Down Syndrome Ireland. The organisation consists of parents, carers, health care professionals, children and young adults with Down Syndrome. All our members are volunteers and the charity itself is run by a committee of parent volunteers. Down Syndrome Dublin provides subsidised Speech and Language therapy, subsidised Occupational therapy, Latch On adult literacy course, art clubs, cycling club, playball, dance, drama, Gymboree, Parent – Link support, family events, adult discos and much much more to all its members.