Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey

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
Types of Spirits Made:

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






Discussion

  • Liquor.com posted 1 year ago

    The Andrews family began buying casks of Irish whiskey back in the 1960s, long before the brand was officially founded. The Knappogue Castle 1951 comes from that original set of casks.

  • jtf1357 posted 1 year ago

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


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