Tullamore D.E.W. Old Bonded Warehouse
For whiskey explorers eager to learn about the history and craft of the world-renowned Tullamore D.E.W. Irish whiskey, a visit to the Tullamore D.E.W. Old Bonded Warehouse is a must. This unique visitor experience is set in Tullamore D.E.W.'s original 19th century bonded warehouse on the banks of the Grand Canal in the town of Tullamore, Co. Offaly.
Visitors are invited to experience both the history and the future of the second largest Irish whiskey brand in the world on one of three award-winning whiskey journeys, each delivered by Ireland's leading whiskey experts. These three unique whiskey tours have been carefully crafted to suit
everyone, from the Irish whiskey novice through to the whiskey enthusiast:
Curious Taster's Journey: Discover Tullamore D.E.W. with this triple tasting.
Whiskey Wise Masterclass: Explore the hidden depths of our rare whiskey collection in the comfort and privacy of the D.E. Williams Branch House.
Ultimate Distillery Experience: Uncover the secrets behind our walls at the Tullamore Distillery on our 'behind the scenes' tour
(By appointment only. Lunch included.)
Bury Quay, Tullamore, Co. Offaly.
Tel: 057 9325015
Tullamore Map and Tourist Information
Lough Boora Discovery Park - Transformed from its previous incarnation as a commercial bog where peat was harvested, today Lough Boora Discovery Park offers great off road cycling, is home to countless species of birds and wildlife, fish-filled lakes and a permanent exhibition of huge outdoor sculptures. www.loughboora.com
Tel: +353 579340010 or +353 862896397
River Shannon Start your riverside adventure in Banagher and cruise on one of the finest natural inland waterways in Europe as the River Shannon meanders through beautiful countryside.
Canals & Waterways - The River Shannon, Ireland’s longest river bounds West Offaly and a boat journey along
it is a gloriously peaceful way to test the pulse of the countryside. Anglers can choose from rivers, lakes and a canal. Little Brosna is a narrow slow river which winds its way from Roscrea to Birr and is popular among coarse fishermen. The Grand Canal is one of Ireland’s greatest engineering achievements. In the 18th and 19th century it was essential for industry; today it is just as important for leisure. Nowadays privately owned boats move freely along its length, gliding serenely under bridges, through locks and past old buildings, bogland and rural landscapes. www.waterwaysireland.org
Angling - Situated in the heart of Ireland, renowned for its excellent course fishing with the majestic Shannon and its many tributaries, Brosna, Little Brosna, Suck and Grand Canal. www.visitoffaly.ie/angling