Want to be a distillery owner? Now is your chance!

Listoke Distillery is raffling off a coveted 5% of our family business. Listoke is based in Co Louth and has a reputation for the most high-quality products and service. From our gin and whiskey to our incredible Gin School experience, there is so much on offer at Listoke. We were also the first distillery in Ireland to produce hand sanitizer for Covid-19 and continue to do so. As well as supplying schools, businesses and households, we donate thousands of litres to the most vulnerable in our society. Doesn't that sound like an incredible business to be part of?

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Testimonials

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  • “What a gin. Punchy and bright, it really is amazing liquid which doesn't have to rely on hype or backstory, you just need to try it!”

    — Paddy Noir, Renowned Drinks Consultant Dublin

  • “A fantastic evening full of fun . The 2 hosts Paul and Emma were outstanding. A night of information and the fun of creating your own gin and drinking copious amounts of the lovely different gins ..all round best evening I've had in years ,such a laugh...highly recommend it !!!!”

    — Grainne Poole, Listoke Gin School Visitor

  • “We really enjoyed the day at Listoke Gin School and highly recommend it. We were so impressed by both the passion and enthusiasm of the Listoke team, matched with the unique and authentic location. It's a great idea for a couples day out or as a group as friends. We're hoping to visit again!”

    — Gerry Murray, Listoke Gin School Visitor from Fingal, Co. Dublin

  • “Listoke 1777 Gin is bold and full of flavour. As soon as you open the bottle you are greeted with a bountiful aroma with floral, fruity and earthy notes. The gin has personality, impressive depth of flavour and a complexity that reveals piney juniper, citrus and herbaceous notes, and a lingering finish with a touch of spice. Best enjoyed in a gin and tonic, Listoke 1777 Gin is versatile, with orange peel, rosemary and cinnamon all producing moreish servings.”

    — The Gin Guide

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