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PEARSE LYONS DISTILLERY

Company address

121 - 122 James Street, Dublin,
Dublin

Channels Supplied:

  • Foodservice
  • Retail
Pearse Lyons Distillery is a working boutique whiskey distillery in Dublin's Liberties Quarter. Set in the fully restored St. James's Church, Pearse Lyons Distillery offers a full visitor experience with a guided tour and tasting of its range of whiskeys and gin.

Founders Pearse and Deirdre Lyons identified St. James's Church as a potential distillery site in 2013, drawn particularly to its historical location in the Liberties. St. James's Church dates back to the 12th century and has an adjoining graveyard full of past characters, including some Lyons family members.

Deirdre oversaw the massive restoration project, including the newly installed Irish artisan stained glass windows. Capped off with a new glass spire, the distillery is dubbed the 'Liberties Lantern'.

Why Us

Pearse Lyons Distillery is set in the fully restored St. James's Church. This site has over 800 years of history and is one of the few Irish distilleries with its own 'of age' single malt stock.

Its whiskeys contain a brand new DNA never released to the Irish market and are full of natural hues.

Our product range

Pearse Original - blended Irish whiskey aged in bourbon barrels

Pearse Distiller's Choice - blend of seven different grain and malt whiskeys

Pearse Founder's Choice - 12-year-old Single Malt

Cooper's Select - predominantly malt whiskey with some grain

Ha'penny Dublin Dry Gin - small batch, pot distilled gin using 13 unique botanicals

MIL GIN - Irish pot still gin with Mediterranean botanicals

Markets supplied
  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe
  • Great Britain
  • North America
Our Accreditations
  • Origin Green Gold Member
  • Origin Green Verified
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Whiskey, Liquors, Poitín

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