Brewers and Distillers in Ireland - The Complete Licensing Guide
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Quick overview This publication is the second book in ‘The Essential 21st Century Guide Series’ published by Clarus Press. The distillation (sometimes illegal) of uisce beatha, poitín and gin has existed in Ireland over many centuries. In 1806, over 25% of the entire production of Irish whiskey was estimated to come from illicit stills. While the process of brewing and distilling has come a long way since the days Molly Gallivan produced her homemade poitín known as Molly’s Mountain Dew in the Kerry Mountains, laws from 1831 still apply to breweries and distilleries today.