IRELAND/UK: William Grant & Sons considers Tullamore Dew distillery

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 31 January 2011

William Grant & Sons has confirmed that it will consider building a distillery in Ireland for its recently-acquired Tullamore Dew whiskey brand.

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William Grant & Sons has confirmed that it will consider building a distillery in Ireland for its recently-acquired Tullamore Dew whiskey brand.

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