Dublin's Visitor Attractions

Teeling Whiskey Distillery

Located in the heart of Dublin City Centre, the distillery is a fully functional pot still whiskey distillery producing up to 500,000 litres of spirit each year. The distillery is right back where the Teeling family’s long association with whiskey started in 1782, only a stone’s throw away from where Walter Teeling’s old distillery was. Located in an ancient market square called Newmarket in the heart of the Liberties of Dublin, an area long associated with brewing and distilling, the new distillery is a three copper pot still operation reviving the traditional style of Dublin whiskey distillation.

Guided tours and tastings take visitors through the full operational distillery followed by a tasting of a selection of award winning Teeling whiskeys. There is a variety of tastings available for everyone from whiskey novices to connoisseurs. Tours take place seven days a week every 20 minutes.

The distillery also boasts a bar serving whiskey, cocktails, local craft beer and spirts, a gift shop full of Teeling merchandise and a café selling locally produced artisan coffee and teas as well as a selection of sandwiches and sweet treats. Located in the vibrant Dublin 8 area, there’s also loads of interesting shops, cafes and bars nearby to explore.

  • Operating Hours

    1 Jan – 31 Dec

    MON 10:00 – 17:40
    TUES 10:00 – 17:40
    WED 10:00 – 17:40
    THU 10:00 – 17:40
    FRI 10:00 – 17:40
    SAT 10:00 – 17:40
    SUN 10:00 – 17:40
  • Exceptions
    New Years Day 10:00 – 17:40
    St Patricks Day 10:00 – 17:40
    Good Friday 10:00 – 17:40
    Easter Monday 10:00 – 17:40
    May Day 10:00 – 17:40
    June Holiday 10:00 – 17:40
    August Holiday 10:00 – 17:40
    October Holiday 10:00 – 17:40
    Christmas Day closed
    St Stephens Day closed

(subject to change)

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