The time has come for the much anticipated opening of Slane Distillery. Tomorrow Saturday 2nd of September, visitors will be welcomed for the first time to the new distillery and visitor centre located on the grounds of the stunning Slane Castle in County Meath.
If you’re considering visiting Slane Distillery, here are five reasons why this weekend is the perfect time to do so…
1. You’ll Benefit from a 20% Discount
If you book a tour between tomorrow and the 30th of September, you’ll be able to enjoy their Grand Opening Special discount code. Simply enter promo code Slane at checkout to receive a 20% discount when purchasing online.
2. You’ll Get to Be one of the First Ones There
Discover it first and forever be able to say you were there on its opening day. You’ll enjoy the excitement of the historic moment and be part of a very important occasion.
3. Good Weather is Expected in the Area
While we can’t make any promises on this one, the weather forecast looks good for tomorrow: temperatures of 19 degrees and mostly sunny, according to weather.com.
4. You Can Combine the Trip with a Visit to The Gandom Room or Brownes Bar
The glamorous new restaurant The Gandom Rooms, also within Slane Castle, will give you a taste of sophisticated and modern Irish cuisine made with the finest local produce. For a more casual experience, the also newly opened Browns Bar will give you a fine taste of gastropub favourites done well and great drinks.
5. You’ll Get to Taste the Whiskey!
Last but not least, your visit to the Slane Distillery will give you the ideal opportunity to try Slane Irish Whiskey. Sip it neat and discover it flavours or treat your self to a cocktail. Slainte!
The tour is priced at €18 for adults (18+, ID required), €11 for youths (6-17), free for children 5 and under, €16 for seniors (65+, ID required) and €16 for students (18+, ID required). Visitors booking a tour must be 18 or over, and children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Slane Irish Whiskey is available in Ireland now for €33 (750ml).
More information: slaneirishwhiskey.com