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Tullamore Dew

Bury Quay | Tullamore, Tullamore, Ireland
+353 57 932 5015
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Irish Whiskey - Need I say more?

Enjoyed the last 5pm tour this week,14Euros, that comes with a 'small' tasting of three whiskeys at... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Cairo, Egypt
Credit where it's Dew

This is a really cool place to eat/drink. We didn't do the tour but met family who live locally for... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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Situated right in the heart of Ireland, there is an incredible experience that has been waiting for you since 1829. Join us at the newly renovated home of Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey and immerse yourself in the history and magic that lies inside the walls of this 19th century bonded warehouse, where our whiskey making tradition began.Located on the banks of the grand canal in Tullamore, the Visitor Centre has been beautifully restored to all its original glory. Once inside, you can enjoy a true Irish welcome and a guided tour which blends both audiovisual and traditional storytelling to help you see, smell, taste and understand the craft, time and passion dedicated to each glass of Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey.The Tullamore D.E.W. Visitor Centre is just over an hour from Dublin, located off the main Dublin to Galway motorway. You can also get to us by rail - we’re just a stone’s throw away from the Tullamore railway station. So call in today and join us in raising a glass of complimentary Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey. We’ll be here waiting to welcome you.
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Bury Quay | Tullamore, Tullamore, Ireland
+353 57 932 5015
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Enjoyed the last 5pm tour this week,14Euros, that comes with a 'small' tasting of three whiskeys at the end. The visitor center is very nice, and purposely built for whiskey tourism. The tour is well done, blending technology and a personal touch from the tour...More

Thank jaredites1
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This is a really cool place to eat/drink. We didn't do the tour but met family who live locally for lunch. We had the crispy chicken wrap, fish and chips and roast chicken. The only criticism food wise was the chips seemed reheated or overdone....More

Thank LizzyN22
Reviewed 3 days ago

We visited Dublin, Galway and Cork during out trip to Ireland. A couple of whiskey fans, we decided to make a stop about half-way during our drive from Dublin to Galway in Tullamore. We were not disappointed!! The tour was fantastic!! The young woman who...More

Thank Amanda L
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had been to over 10 other distilleries and breweries on our trip this one was very Nice. Funny, witty young lady as guide. Large tasting glasses with 3 whiskeys. Up to their 12 year whiskey. The different aromas was interesting and presented beautifully! Restaurant...More

Thank GloriasTravels
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice to see the distillery and sample it's products. If you know the brewing and distilling process you won't learn anything new. If you aren't familiar with the process then the tour is ideal for you. You will also learn the whiskey tasting techniques which...More

Thank kerryjayc
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Fantastic tour and very good value. Would totally recommend. Whiskey tasting was good definitely worth a visit

Thank theparishdon
Reviewed 1 week ago

At least they had gone to the trouble of installing the pot stills and they had a guide to talk us through the process albeit not as knowledgeable as the one at the Middletone distillery which we visited later. Still, not a bad investment of...More

Thank Robert B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We got the last tour of the day. Our tour guide was wonderful knowledgeable and lovely and patient with our international group of about 16 people. The tasting at the end was brilliant. The gift shop is lovely with many high and low end gifts....More

1  Thank gammij
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

On a visit back home and bought as a birthday present for my step dad who turned 85! Tour was really well done, very informative, answered all of our questions and we did ask many! Lifts and chairs around so mobility issues not a problem....More

1  Thank Fi R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I've been on several distillery tours/tastings, not to mention wine tastings. I learn something on almost everyone and this one was no different. The guide was very well versed and informative. All in all, the tour and tasting took about an hour. Three samples to...More

Thank Cindy M
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Thomas F
Directions from Dublin
27 August 2015|
Response from Klew99 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry - we drove from Sligo, not Dublin - can only suggest trying google maps for directions from Dublin - there are day trips from Dublin with various tour companies, if you don't have a car.
How do you book?
7 February 2015|
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Response from Jeff C | Reviewed this property |
You can just show up, but there is a discount for booking at their website.
We will be staying for one night in May en route from Dublin to Inisbofin and wondered if we had made the right choice. Please can you give us any information as we have never been to Ireland but prefer small towns to large cities. Many thanks, Carol
27 December 2014|
Response from clonagam |
Don't know anything about staying in Tullamore. You could visit en route to the West but it is only about one third of the distance to Inishboffin.