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Mourne Road Tours - Craft Brewery Tour

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Drumee Gardens, Castlewellan, County Down, BT31 9EJ
Mourne Road Tours - Craft Brewery Tour

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Northern Ireland has become one of the most prominent players in the craft beer and gin boom across the world, and this exciting tour will take you to visit three of the region’s biggest players in the industry. And there’ll be no need to worry about finding a designated driver!

Your first stop will bring you to just outside Castlewellan to visit the Whitewater Brewing Co., Northern Ireland’s largest microbrewery. Producers of 10 different beers, this award-winning brewery invites guests into the heart of the brewhouse to sample some of their acclaimed brews and see how they have mastered their craftmanship.

For the spirit lovers we will then head to the Rademon Estate Distillery to visit the home of Shortcross Gin, Northern Ireland’s first premium craft gin. A visit here will allow you to learn all about the passion and skills behind creating this award-winning spirit.

If you’re not feeling tipsy enough yet, then a visit to the fantastic Killowen Distillery is next on the cards. Creators of some of Ireland’s finest whiskeys, gins and Poitíns, you can learn all about the careful processes that go into creating each dram.

To book please call 07368 529 714 or email info@mourne-road-tours.co.uk

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