Spirit of Dublin Summer Craft Fair

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Here at Teeling HQ, we’re delighted to announce the date of our next celebration of all things craft, the ‘Spirit of Dublin Summer Craft Fair’! Join us on Saturday, August 27th from 10.30am-5pm in our award-winning Visitor Centre in the heart of Dublin’s Liberties as we celebrate quality Irish produce. And if this doesn’t sound tempting enough already, this event is free of charge for all food and drink lovers!

The Spirit of Dublin Summer Craft Fair will be a sublime celebration of 18 of Ireland’s most established and up-and-coming artisan producers. With a host of irresistible Irish businesses sampling and selling their crafty creations under one roof, attendees can expect a tantalizing day out with something for all to look forward to.

The Teeling Whiskey team will be on hand to give attendees a taste of summer with a sample selection of carefully crafted, seasonal cocktails. For whiskey enthusiasts, Teeling Whiskey’s award-winning range will also be available to purchase on the day.

Among the exhibitors at the ‘Spirit of Dublin Summer Craft Fair’ is Snapchat star James Kavanagh who will return with his partner in cooking crime William Murray as ‘Curabinny’, serving freshly baked banana bread and wholesome hotpots. The Cupcake Bloke will be selling his signature baked treats as well as a selection of specialised, Teeling Small Batch delights and Dot Brew, a local craft brewery located in Dublin 8 will be sampling and selling their Teeling whiskey influenced range of small batch beers.

Check out the video below of our last craft fair and keep an eye out for the full list of exhibitors on our distillery Facebook page here!

 

Located at 17 Newmarket Square, Dublin, The Teeling Whiskey Distillery is open 7 days a week with tours running every 30 minutes. To find out more information on the Teeling Whiskey Distillery or to make a booking, visit www.teelingdistillery.com.

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