Dublin History, Whiskey & Beer Experts Gather at our St. Patrick’s Craft Fair 18th March!
St. Patrick’s season is rapidly approaching, and as well as late-opening and free Teeling flatcap for all visitors on the big day itself, we’re gearing up for our biggest Spirit of Dublin Craft Fair yet on March 18th! Visitors can expect our usual host of local Dublin and Irish artisan producers sampling and selling their wares, alongside some exciting newcomers.
Check out this quick video of our last fair for a flavour of what’s to come, the full list of exhibitors can also be found below.
In addition to our popular fair, we are delighted to announce an exciting new addition to this free event. A series of 3 exciting panel discussions will run throughout the afternoon in our exclusive Alchemy Room. These 40 minute seminars are free to the public, and are expected to be fully subscribed, but a limited number of tickets are available to book in advance below for our lucky blog readers!
11am – Liberties Local: The Beating Heart of the City
Right in the heart of Dublin city, The Liberties district has a rich and vibrant history of craft, culture and characters. Join us as our panel delves into the history of this iconic Dublin neighbourhood and looks ahead to how its heritage is being restored and reimagined. (Advance booking available here.)
Stephen Coyne – Liberties Business Area Improvement Initiative DCC
James Madigan – Warrenmount Community Education Centre
Cathy Scuffil – Warrenmount Community Education Centre
George Boyle – President Institute of Designers in Ireland
1pm – Irish Whiskey: The Next Golden Era
From the highs of global dominance to the lows of near extinction, the trajectory of Irish Whiskey could never be described as predictable. We’ve gathered an expert panel of whiskey historians and industry leaders, including our Founder and Managing Director Jack Teeling, to trace the history and map the future of Irish Whiskey as we enter into its next golden era. (Advance booking available here.)
Jack Teeling – Teeling Whiskey Company Founder & Managing Director
Fionnan O’Connor – Whiskey Historian
Sam McDonald – Irish & Scotch Whiskey Tourism Ambassador
3pm – Behind the Brews: Dublin’s Next Generation of Breweries
Something’s brewing in Dublin and it’s not just the black stuff. We’ve gathered 4 of Dublin’s rapidly growing number of breweries, spanning the oldest and newest players, to get the news behind the brews and the answers to the questions on every beer drinks lips. (Advance booking available here.)
Des McSwiggan – Hope Brewery
Shane Kelly – Dot Brew
Brian Murphy – Wood Key
Open Gate Brewery
Dot Brew, Popsy Daisy, The Cupcake Bloke, The Jam Art Factory, Currabinny, Hope Brewery, Delish Melish, Improper Butter, Clarkes of Dublin, Wood Key Brewery, Olly’s Farm Honey, Bean & Goose, O’Neill’s Bacon, The Little Milk Co., The Proper Chocolate Company, Siopaella, Wicklow Wines, Oriel Sea Salt, Camerino Bakery, Craft & Co. Barber Shop, Chubby Co., Sceal Bakery, Black Castle Drinks, Glastry Farm, 57 The Headline Gin, The Purple Pantry, Nik’s Tea, Megan Rushe Prints, the Open Gate Brewery, Boxty Beer and Fawn Prints.
Looking forward to welcoming you throughout the St. Patrick’s season!
Located at 17 Newmarket, Dublin, The Teeling Whiskey Distillery is open 7 days a week with tours running every 30 minutes. To find out more information on the Distillery or to make a booking, visit https://teelingdistillery.com/