92% of Irish whiskey producers have said that supply chain delays have negatively impacted on their recent production output and will likely impact future production output.
October 2022's tasting takes place on the 26th of the month at 8pm Irish time. This tasting is proving to be one of the most exciting yet, featuring the Best New Make Whiskey Spirit in Ireland (as per the World Whiskies Awards) for the last three years.
Killowen Distillery announces the launch of their Bonded International Series of whiskeys celebrating international partners.
Killowen Distillery have announced the release of three Indie Cask releases that see their whiskey arriving in RSA, Killarney and Co. Down.
This week is the first anniversary of the "Certificate in Irish Whiskey" published by the Edinburgh Whisky Academy, and authored by Matt Healy, Editor Potstilled.com and Phd. Candidate and Author Fionnán O'Connor.
Galway's Micil Distillery, have unveiled the results of 18 months of innovation and development in the distillery.
Irish Distillers have announced a large scale upgrade of their Visitor & Distillery Atrraction in Midleton Co. Cork
When is a blended Irish whiskey not actually a blended Irish whiskey? What happens when distillers start playing with Irish whiskeys that don't fall under the defined categories?
h Whiskey, produced by Irish Distillers in Midleton Distillery, is introducing a new Spirit Drink expression to its core range, which will join Jameson Cold Brew.
In this episode I sit down with Michael Egan, the USA National Ambassador for Kilbeggan Distilling Company and the Beam Global portfolio of Irish whiskeys. As one of the few Irish whiskey ambassadors to have worked across all 50 US States, Michael shares with us a brief look into the Irish whiskey landscape across the US through the Corona Virus pandemic and what the trends could look like beyond.
Join Redbreast Blender, Dave McCabe, as he brings host, Matt Healy, through a tasting of Redbreast 2021 Dream Cask Release as well as a behind the scenes look as he describes how the IDL team chooses each annual release.
The World's First Irish Whiskey App has gone live on both Android and iPhone bringing the world of Irish whiskey to your pocket!
The Edinburgh Whisky Academy has launched their certificate in Irish whiskey. This is the most in-depth Irish whiskey course ever produced. It was authored by historian Fionnán O'Connor and Potstilled's Matt Healy.
Get involved with the Dingle Distillery takeover of Potstilled Live, where you will get unbridled access to the Dingle team as they deconstruct their newest releases.
Fresh off the heals of the appointment of a New Master Distiller in the new Midleton Distillery, Irish Distillers have now appointed Katherine Condon as 'Distiller' in the distillery
The Irish Whiskey Musueum launch their new online 'Lock-in' tasting sessions, taking place each Friday from 8-9pm Irish, with internactive history and tasting format. Deliveries in Dublin area only for time being.
Potstilled Radio Ep Q4 of our Quarantine series I sat down with @teelingwhiskey Global Brand Ambassador Rob Caldwell who talked us through innovation in the Teeling portfolio aswell as some of the upcoming releases. Check it out here
Join me as I sit down with Patrick Shelley of Origin Spirits to talk all things Currach Seaweed Cask Irish whiskey as well as the origins of his portfolio of avant garde Irish spirits! Check out the latest ep of Potstilled Radio
The indelicately named drink that is adored by revelers in North America showcasing their 'Irish Heritage' by naming a drink referencing lethal carbombings
The results from the World Whiskies Awards 2020 were announced yesterday with a host of different whisk(e)y categories and styles from every whiskey producing country in the world being judged on a like for like basis. As always, there was a strong Irish contingent entered into the awards, that are judged in London. The whiskeys... Continue Reading →
Take a look at Potstilled's Best Value for Money Whiskey 2019 as well as the overall Best Whiskey of the Year 2019.
Potstilled.com has been nominated for Whisky Media "Communicator of the Year" at the Icons of Whisky Ireland 2020 and we need your vote!
It is the time of year where we welcome to the results of the Irish Whiskey Awards once again. The Irish Whiskey Awards are one of the most important awards ceremonies for Irish Whiskey companies and it is certainly the only awards ceremony that sees the majority of the Irish Whiskey brands in attendance. So... Continue Reading →
Thanks to the Irish Whiskey Museum, we are giving away two tickets to their up coming whiskey & cheese pairing nights, in association with 'Taste the Island'. Click for entry information.
The Irish Whiskey Museum have announced the launch of their cheese and whiskey pairing events for October's food and drink series 'Taste the Island'.
US Teeling Whiskey fans won't have to wait long for their first taste of Dublin distilled whiskey, as Teeling Whiskey Distillery's own pot still whiskey is soon to be on its way!
Take a look at Redbreast Irish Whiskey's fresh new re-brand, which sees a facelift for the entire Redbreast range.
To celebrate World Whiskey Day 2019, the folks at Irish Distillers, and Redbreast Whiskey have launched Midleton Distillery's first ever Pedro Ximénez cask finished whiskey.
The Redbreast Dream Cask PX Edition is a 20 year old, single cask, Single Pot Still, read more about it here.
Powers Whiskey are set to release a Powers Ready to Drink Cocktail to appeal to younger generations of whiskey consumers.
Join me as I take a look at my Irish Whiskey of the Year for
the year 2018. This whiskey imbued quality, consistency and differentiation and this whiskey is going to be a permanent addition to my whiskey collection! Check out what whiskey I crowed my Whiskey of the Year 2018.
Wild Geese are hitting the market once again with Untamed Irish Whiskey. This is their first release in some time and this time they are US bound with a Cask Strength blend.
The Irish Whiskey Awards are the top awards ceremony of the year for any Irish whiskey brands worth their salt. Judged by hundreds of actual consumers and free to enter, the top spots hold huge bragging rights and a great accolade of a product well made.
The Second Coming of Irish whiskey is truly upon us. The whiskey renaissance is only starting in earnest now as the distilleries across the country start to build their own liquid identities for themselves. Truly exciting times ahead.