Bowes Whiskey Bar is tucked away down a side street, right across from the Temple Bar area of Dublin. Walk inside and you are transported back a hundred years to simpler times. Their whiskey selection is second to none and they even have their own whiskey to purchase. Bowes Whiskey Bar is also Irish Whiskey Bar of the year at the Irish Whiskey Awards.
The 1824 whiskey bar at The Shelbourne hotel is the newest addition to Dublin’s whiskey culture. Walk up the marble stairs into one of the most stylish whiskey rooms in Ireland. They have a great selection and knowledgable staff to help you choose your dram.
Against The Grain resides on Camden street which is a short walk from Dunlin city centre. When you enter the bar you will notice a vast range of craft beer but don’t be fooled, this bar has a great selection of Irish whiskey and great staff to help you choose.
9 Below is hidden down some stairs across from St Stephen’s Green. The bar is a one of kind whiskey venue that has a charm all to itself. It hosts one of the most exclusive whiskey collections in Ireland, and you should visit if you want to spoil yourself.
57 The Headline is mainly known as a craft beer bar, but that shouldn’t stop you visiting. They have the best whiskey selection in this area of Dublin and are only a ten-minute walk from The Teeling Distillery.
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