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Killowen Distillery Tour & Tasting - Whiskey, Poitín & Gin

Killowen Distillery Tour, 29 Kilfeaghan Road, Killowen, County Down, BT34 3AW
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Hear about the legend of St Patrick converting the warring pagan tribes by the power of his far-flung sandal, in addition to illicit distillation and smuggling of brandy, all under the watchful eye of Knock Shee (Fairy Mountain).

The distillation process is outlined and explained by a resident distiller and includes an explanation of the distillery's own malting process. This is followed by a fun and informative session that includes a range of sample tastings of our unaged new-make Pot Still whiskeys. Tastings include peated and non-peated spirits as well as native botanical gins.

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  • On site parking

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Adult£39.40 per ticket

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Opening Times

Season (25 June 2022)
DayTimes
Saturday13:00 - 14:30

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There is limited parking available. Please be aware that we are located on a working country lane so please drive slowly and when parking do not block the lane way.

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