Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey



About Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey

Founder: Mark Edwin Andrews III
Year Founded: 1998
Distillery Location: County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Master Distiller / Blender: Mark Edwin Andrews III

Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey Essential Facts

  • Knappogue Castle 1951, aged for 36 years in sherry casks, is the oldest Irish whiskey in the world.
  • The brand is named for the 15th-century castle in western Ireland, which was restored by Mark Andrews’ family.

How you should drink Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey

  • Straight
  • On the rocks
  • With a bit of water

Types of Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey Available

  • Knappogue Castle 12 Year Single Malt Irish Whiskey
  • Knappogue Castle 14 Year Twin Wood Single Malt Irish Whiskey
  • Knappogue Castle 16 Year Twin Wood Single Malt Irish Whiskey
  • Knappogue Castle 1951 Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Like this spirit? Get It Delivered!
Find your new spirit in your inbox every week.
Drinking better begins today.

More Great Food & Drink Stories from Across the Web


  1. If this distillery was founded in 1998, how do they have a 36year old whisky.

Speak Your Mind

leaderboard bottom