The Dublin Liberties Distillery
For hundreds of years, the Liberties hummed to the sound of whiskey making and drinking. We’ll keep the tradition on whiskey making alive, but let you in on enjoying the taste.
The Liberties Oak Devil
For many years a carved Oak Devil stood over the arched entrance to The Liberties, gleefully surveying the mayhem and mischief beyond in the quarter known as hell.
Then, suddenly, the Oak Devil disappeared in the night – perhaps, it’s said, seduced by the whiskey angels escaping the barrels in the courtyard distilleries. Others say instead that his dark powers entered those barrels and infused the maturing spirits…