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Jameson Distillery Tips (45)

Old Jameson Distillery

They no longer brew whiskey here anymore, and the place exists only as a museum. The tour was very interesting goes through the entire process of production, from grain delivery to bottling. At the...
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Bilimari
Sep 25, 2005

For the Whiskey lovers

The jameson distillery was fortunately attached to our hotel so was great for convenience. In fact, our hotel was erected from the old distillery building and so still has plenty of character.Great...
vixen6
Sep 20, 2005

mmm...whiskey

Jameson's tour is much like Guinness as you are not in the actual distillery but you do have a tour guide. There is a tasting at the end and several lucky people get to try whiskey from the U.S.,...
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CADUM
Jul 16, 2005

a nip of irish

a tour of the jameson distillray a guide takes you round the distillary showing the process of making irish whiskeyand how it differs from scotch whiskeyyou get a glass of whiskey at the endif you are...
stemc
Jun 14, 2005

The Old Jameson Distillery

Old Jameson Distillery is the old whiskey factory where you can visit and know about the production of the irish "water of live" (Irish say the name whiskey come from the gaelic "Uisce Beatha" meaning...
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elcolibri
May 29, 2005

Free Drink!!!!!!!

Go to the Jameson Distillery in Smithfield. If you get picked for the Whiskey Taste Test, you will have to knock back 5 straight shots of various brands of whiskey, scotch & bourbon. You can...
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orlikins
Jul 05, 2004

Ah... Irish people always do it better they say...

Whiskey... The lifeblood of many a Irish person in the 1800s and early 1900s until it was taken away from everyone while the Irish government prohibited export of the drop. Interestingly they say if...
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ChadSteve1975
May 24, 2004

Jamieson Whiskey gets the thumbs up from us

The Jamieson brewery is also worth going to, the actual tour being quite different to the one at the Jamieson Brewery in Cork, which I visited in the mid-90's. You can sample the different types of...
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josiejo
May 15, 2004

Jameson distillery: history tour 1

The Old Jameson Distillery in Smithfield village is in the heart of Dublin. Irish wihiskey can trace its history back to the 6th centuryThe tour begins with a short movie of introduction and summary,...
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isolina_it
Apr 19, 2004

Jameson distillery: decide which is your fav

At the end of the tour the guide will ask if there are volountaries for a taste, so do raise your hand. You will taste a range of different whiskeys and be asked which is your fav (don`t worry...
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isolina_it
Apr 14, 2004

Touring and Tasting Tutorials

The tour begins with an audio visual presentation of the history of Jamesons. But what really made this an experience is the "whiskey tasting tutorial" that occurs after the tour. If you are lucky,...
lmizutani
Sep 26, 2003

The Old Jameson Distillery

I'm saving this for my next trip to Dublin, but I did walk by on my way to the Guinness Storehouse. I learned that it takes about 45 minutes to tour the facility, which was once one of the finest...
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acemj
Jun 07, 2003
 
 
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Things to Do Near Jameson Distillery

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Smithfield Chimney - closed

There are hardly any chances in town to see Dublin from above if you don't want to spend a fortune for the Guinness storehouse and its gravity bar. There is one cheaper option though: The chimney at...
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St. Michan's Church

Speaking of spooky mummies, that's exactly what St. Michan's Church is famous for! St. Michan's is the oldest church north of the Liffey and the present building, dating back to 1686, was built on the...
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Four Courts

Construction for the Four Courts by the river Liffey began in 1776 and is one of Dublin's beautiful buildings today but most of the court's duties have moved to a new building that opened up in 2010....
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St. Audeon's Church

It looked to me as if this was the Polish church as much of the writing on the notice boards showing mass times were in Polish, so it is obvious that this church is one where the Poles frequent...
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Christ Church Cathedral

So much has been written about Christchurch Cathedral i just like to point out a few facts that people may not be aware of. The official name of Christ Church is The Cathedral of the Holy and...
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King's Inn

I took a walk round here since it was just about 5 minutes from where I was staying in the north of the city. Its another building designed by the architect James Gandon who was responsible for...
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Getting to Jameson Distillery

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Bow Street, Smithfield Village, Dublin 7

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