In this three part mini series, Historian, Author & PhD. Candidate, Fionnán O'Connor, joins us to detail the research, execution and findings of his Vintage Mashbills Campaign that he undertook with Boann Distillery. This campaign saw Fionnán and Michael Walsh, Head Distiller in Boann Distillery, ressurect over 200 years of lost mashbill flavours. In previous... Continue Reading →
Welcome to this feature length episode of Potstilled Live - The Podcast! In this episode I am joined by Irish whiskey historian and Phd candidate, Fionnán O'Connor. As a part of his Phd he has uncovered a treasure trove of Vintage Column Still mashbills from across Ireland from the 1700's until the decline of the... Continue Reading →
In this episode we sit down with Peter Prazenka in Bratislava, Slovakia, as he takes us into the world of Irish whiskey in his home country. Having worked with a number of Irish brands to promote their portfolios across the country, Peter now works full time curating Slovakia's largest Irish whiskey selection in his Irish Pub & Whiskey Bar - The Izzi Pub. Listen in as Peter brings us through the facets of the Irish whiskey industry that excite him and his consumers as well as his tips for new entrant brands within the Slovak market.
In this episode of Potstilled Live - The Podcast, I am joined by Author, Historian and PhD. Candidate, Fionnán O'Connor, arguably one of the most knowledgable individuals on the history of Irish whiskey to speak about mixed mashbill distillations, variety in the world of poitín as well Ireland's peated future!
In this episode, sit down and join Michael Walsh, Head Distiller of Boann Distillery, as he gives us the behind the scenes insight into what it was like distilling vast quantities of grains that have not been distilled in an industrial scale in Ireland for decades.
Welcome to the first episode of season 2 of Potstilled Radio. In this episode we sit down with author and PhD candidate Fionnán O'Connor who lays down his case why he believes that we should pay homage to the past and why it is important not to ignore historical precedent in favour of keeping a simple product on a shelf.