Mar. 9, 2022 Staff Report
The New York Irish Whiskey Festival is making its triumphant return Saturday having been canceled for the last two years due to the pandemic.
The festival brings world-class whiskey experts to one spot to promote renowned brands such as Bushmills, Powers, Teeling and Glendalough.
It also provides an opportunity for lesser-known brands to step into the spotlight and introduce themselves to a young, engaged audience.
The festival will be held at The View at Battery Park, located at 1 Battery Pl., on Mar. 12.
The event was established in 2019 by Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry, the co-owners of the famed Dead Rabbit bar, located at 30 Water St. in Manhattan.
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The festival, organizers say, aims to celebrate Irish Whiskey and the glorious island of Ireland.
NYIWF gives Irish whiskey the moment it deserves by offering consumers a unique chance to further explore the dynamic, growing category and Irish culture in a lively, contemporary atmosphere.
With live Irish music, bites and over 25 Irish whiskey brands, this is the perfect way to gear up for St Patrick’s Day and celebrate the growth of the booming industry.
Tickets for daytime and evening sessions can be purchased for $75.00 USD on Ticket Tailor.
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