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Stock Spirits Group Buys Minority Stake in Dublin Liberties Distillery

Stock Spirits Group has purchased a one-quarter interest in Quintessential Brands, the parent company of Dublin Liberties Distillery (DLD), amounting to an €18.3m investment in the project. The distillery began life as the Dublin Whiskey Company (DWC), the first project to start an urban distillery in Dublin. Two other projects were later announced, that of Teeling Whiskey Company and the ...

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James Pepper Distillery Gets Historic License, Set To Open In Fall

The James Pepper Distilling Co., bottler of the James E. Pepper ‘1776’ whiskey brand, is pleased to announce that it has received and revived its Federal distillery permit for the historic distillery currently being rebuilt in Lexington, Kentucky: DSP-KY-5, the 5th Distilled Spirits Plant license ever issued in the state of Kentucky. Nowadays, newly assigned DSP numbers are sequenced in ...

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Iowa Whiskey: Making Bourbon In Corn Country

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There Is Much More To Whiskey-Making In Iowa Than Just Rye By Richard Thomas One of the peculiar features of the craft whiskey picture in the Hawkeye State is just how big a presence rye has in it. This is because of Templeton Rye, the notorious bottler that preceded the emergence of Iowa’s first micro-distilleries by several years. Templeton sourced ...

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Bacardi Acquires Minority Stake In Teeling Whiskey Company

Teeling Whiskey Company has signed a deal with Bacardi that will expand its U.S. distribution while also selling a minority stake in the company to the Bermuda-based private drinks company. Although Teeling had been imported into the U.S. since 2014, the new deal should greatly increase the company’s market access. The U.S. is the world’s single most lucrative whiskey market, ...

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