How long is the Jameson Distillery tour in Midleton?

around 75 minutes
The Midleton Distillery Tour takes around 75 minutes when you do the guided tour, this includes a short film about the history from its establishment right up to present day. Group sizes are limited to up to 15 people currently and kids are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.

Can you visit the Jameson Distillery?

Visit Our Distilleries We’re thrilled to welcome you through our distillery doors. From whiskey tastings, to cocktail making, to blending classes – there’s something for everyone. The perfect reunion with family or friends.

Is Midleton whiskey made by Jameson?

In 1966 the three companies John Jameson & Son, The Cork Distillery Company and John Power & Son merged and became the Irish Distillers Group. They decided to concentrate production on one spot and built the modern Midleton Distillery near Cork, right next to the Old Midleton Distillery, home of Jameson Whiskey.

Which is the best Jameson tour?

Best Jameson tour – our recommendation We suggest you book your tickets for the Jameson Distillery experience tour in Bow Street, Dublin. If you are traveling to Cork County soon (or are there already), we suggest you opt for one of the two popular tours at Midleton – the Experience Tour or the Behind the Scenes Tour.

What town is the Jameson Distillery in Ireland?

(informally the Jameson Distillery) is an Irish whiskey tourist attraction located just off Smithfield Square in Dublin, Ireland….Jameson Distillery Bow St.

Location within Central Dublin
Established Distillery: 1780, Visitors Centre: 1997
Location Bow Street, Smithfield, Dublin, Ireland

Where is the Jameson Distillery located in Ireland?

Jameson Distillery Bow St./Province

How much is Jameson tour in Dublin?

The Jameson Distillery offers tours for 20 euros (about $24) for adults and 16 euros (about $18) for students and seniors. If you purchased a Dublin Pass, your admission fee is waived. Along with the tours, the distillery also offers whiskey blending and whiskey cocktail making classes.

What percent is Jameson?

Jameson is the most sold Irish whiskey in the world. A special sweet taste accompanies the honey and woody aroma that will take you to the green countryside of beautiful Ireland. The motto placed on its label is “Sine metu” and can be translated as “no worries”. Jameson has 40% alcohol.

What is the minimum amount of time you can ferment Irish whiskey?

Irish whiskey must be aged in wooden casks for a minimum of three years. The more muted, malt character of Irish whiskey shines most when the spirit is aged in less conventional vessels like sherry casks or rum casks.

Where is Midleton Rare made?

East Cork
Midleton Very Rare is a premium Irish whiskey, produced by Irish Distillers at the New Midleton Distillery, in the East Cork town of Midleton, from which it gets its name.

Where is the Jameson factory?

(informally the Jameson Distillery) is an Irish whiskey tourist attraction located just off Smithfield Square in Dublin, Ireland. Jameson Distillery Bow St. is the original site where Jameson Irish Whiskey was distilled until 1971.

How many Jameson distilleries are there?

There’s only one functioning Jameson distillery in the world. Though Jameson is a global superpower, there’s only a single Jameson distillery that’s in operation today.

When did the Jameson Distillery move to Midleton?

Enjoy a tour and whiskey tasting at our home in Midleton, Cork. For over 200 years we called Dublin home, but in 1975 we moved our ever expanding operation to the green expanses of Midleton, Co. Cork. The big move wasn’t without risk, but the migration certainly paid dividends in the whiskey making department.

How old do you have to be to go to Jameson Distillery?

In line with current Government Guidelines, all visitors will need to provide valid photo ID and Proof of Immunity upon arrival to confirm that all are over 18 and are either fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months. This does not apply to under-18s who are accompanied by an adult with Proof of Immunity.

Where is the nearest bus stop to Midleton?

Regular trains depart from Cork’s Kent Station to Midleton daily. Local Bus services are available 7 days a week. The nearest bus stop to us is located at the end of Distillery Walk. From Cork Airport, bear left and follow the N25 Waterford Road until Midleton town.

Where is the ferry from Cork to Midleton?

From Cork Airport, bear left and follow the N25 Waterford Road until Midleton town. Nearest Ferry Point is Ringaskiddy 21 KM from Cork. Leaving Ringaskiddy follow signs for Cork City initially and then follow signs for Waterford N25. Leave the N25 at Midleton.