The Old Jameson Distillery launched its refreshed ‘Barrelsman’s Feast’ last night. Aimed at an audience of thirty-something visitors to Dublin and locals alike, it offers a night of entertainment, music and of course, Jameson whiskey.
Jameson has deconstructed what a ‘traditional Irish’ night is, to reflect a changing society and changing tastes with musicians ‘Sine Metu’ offering a unique take on Irish musicians from Thin Lizzy, to U2 and Paul Brady, as well as contemporary Irish dancers.
John Callely, CEO at the Old Jameson Distillery said, “What it means to be Irish is constantly changing. As a must see venue for tourists and locals alike, the Old Jameson Distillery wanted to reflect what’s really going on in Irish society, in terms of drinks, the food we’re eating and the music we’re listening to. It’s the most authentic evening you can find in Dublin.”
The Barrelman’s Feast will run weekly over the summer, costing €60, or €49.50 online, for the evening of drinks, food and entertainment. It will run every Thursday and Saturday from May to October at the Old Jameson Distillery in Smithfield’s Bow Street, from 7.30pm to 11.00pm.
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