Midleton Irish Whiskey Presents Their First Ever Google Hangout

Single pot still Irish Whiskeys of Midleton present their first ever Google hangout on air live from the Google foundry, Dublin

As you know, I have long admired the way that Midleton Distillery, Jameson and Irish Distillers place so much emphasis on the people who make their whiskey. Many other whisk(e)y companies are fronted by accountants and marketeers who just act as a buffer between the folks who actually run the distilleries and their public.

But Jameson’s Midleton Distillery is so, so different. The largest Irish whiskey Company in the world is run by real and really nice and open people, who plainly love their profession and who without fail, make themselves available to the international whiskey media.

So, Why do Jameson and Irish Distillers get so much good press?

Because their media team and their Irish Whiskey Academy act as facilitators rather than messengers. Jameson press and media events are wonderful for whiskey writers such as myself, as you get to meet and chat to your heroes. In recent years, I and my international whiskey media colleagues have had the honour to share many an enjoyable evening in the company of the Midleton Masters who are the very people who make the Midleton Distillery and the Jameson Irish Whiskey Family so special. Typical of these events was the recent celebration of 30 Years of Midleton Very Rare Whiskey and the Launch of Midleton Very Rare Pearl Edition.

That’s all very good if you are lucky enough to be one of a small band of Irish Whiskey writers. But what about you, the ordinary Irish whiskey fan back home? Well, the great news is that thanks to the wonders of Google Hangouts, you can join us all in a live online Irish whiskey event on Monday evening where you too can meet and chat online with our Midleton Masters and other Irish Whiskey heroes.

World Whisky Day, the Masters of The Midleton Distillery will come together for their first ever live Google Hangout

On Monday, May 18th, in honour of World Whisky Day, the Masters of The Midleton Distillery will come together for their first ever live Google Hangout ON AIR. Broadcast live from the Foundry in Dublin’s Google HQ, the show will be streamed from 6pm GMT. The event aims to raise awareness and educate whisk(e)y lovers about Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey.

The event will be hosted by International Brand Ambassador and Irish Whiskey Academy Tutor, Dave McCabe, who will discuss all things Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey with Master Distiller Brian Nation, Master Blender Billy Leighton, Master of Maturation Kevin O’Gorman, Master of Whiskey Science David Quinn and Master Cooper Ger Buckley.

The seminar will cover everything from the history of Single Pot Still Irish whiskey, the Midleton Distillery’s unique maturation and wood programme as well as a tasting of some of the most revered Single Pot Still Irish whiskeys such as Redbreast 12 Year Old, Green Spot, Powers John’s Lane and Midleton Barry Crockett Legacy.

The link to the live Single Pot Still Irish Whiskeys of Midleton Google Hangout ON AIR will go live one hour prior to the event.

In the meantime, join us in spreading the word about the Google Hangout ON AIR and follow the Single Pot Still Irish Whiskeys of Midleton on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+SinglePotStillIrishWhiskey/posts

We suggest using these hashtags to spread the word on G+ #SinglePotStill & #WorldWhiskyDay.

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Stuart McNamara (@WhiskeyBlogger) is an international Whiskey Blogger who edits several International Whisk(e)y and Whiskey Tourism sites including IrishWhiskey.com and WhiskeyBlogger.com. He is Chair of the Irish Craft And Artisan Distilleries Association (ICADA) and is an elected member of the National Council of ISME, the Irish SME Association. He is also the creator and editor of International Irish Whiskey Day which is celebrated on 3/3 or 3rd March each year and had a global social media reach in 2021 of over 20 Million. He is a Director of Portmagee Whiskey and has also acted as both a brand and product development consultant to several other Irish Whiskey and other spirits producers.

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