On a guided 3.5 hour walking, eating and drinking tour of Cork city, learn about Cork's Irish whiskey heritage and enjoy good company, local food, craft beer, rare Cork whiskeys and the almost forgotten story of city distilleries, locally crafted whiskeys and amazing local characters.
Sample, in Victorian era whiskey pubs, some of the finest local whiskeys with bonafide city heritage.
In an authentic 18th century whiskey bar, privately reserved for our group, pair luxury Irish whiskey with charcuterie, cheeses and breads of Cork.
"Eric Ryan is a founding member and current Secretary of Cork Whiskey Society. He holds a Master’s Degree in Brewing & Distilling from Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh and received the 2013 University Prize for outstanding merit in independent learning. A previous winner of the IBD Scotch Whisky Association award, Eric is a current member of the Institute of Brewing & Distilling. As an avid Irish whiskey connoisseur and historian, he is a keen collector of vintage Irish whiskeys, has lectured in UCC on Irish whiskey history, contributes regular articles to Irish Whiskey Magazine and plans regular Irish whiskey events in his native city." A bit of a tongue twister we know...but suffice to say that Cork Whiskey Walk is an informal relaxed affair and you need no prior whiskey knowledge to take part.