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Irish Spirits and Irish Cheese – Meet the Makers at The Echlinville Distillery

The Echlinville Distillery, 62 Gransha Road, Kircubbin, County Down, BT22 1AJ
Photo of The Echlinville Distillery sign on exterior of building


Part of the Taste Autumn in Ards and North Down Programme | Full programme

Experience the sights, sounds and smells of Ireland's first farm distillery – home of Ireland’s best known whiskeys, gins and Poitín.

Enjoy a stroll through the historic Echlinville Estate on the new visitor walkways.

Ticket price includes a welcome drink and samples of the distillery's award winning premium Irish spirits and a selection of Irish cheese from Indie Füde.

Tickets on sale now.

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Things to note

This tour is for those aged 18 year and over.

Please ensure that you read and understand all terms and conditions associated with this event as per the event provider on booking.


Getting there

Car parking | Available at Echlinville Distillery

Public Transport | Information can be found at


For more information on safe alcohol consumption, visit the Drink Aware website.

All details subject to change.

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£40.00 per ticket

This event is for those aged 18 years and above

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