Cooley

Cooley Distillery is located on the Cooley Peninsula near the border of Northern Ireland. In 1987, John Teeling converted a potato Alcohol plant into a Whiskey distillery. It was the first Whiskey distillery to open in Ireland in 100 years.

In 1998, Cooley won a trophy at the IWSC for outstanding quality, becoming the first ever to win that trophy. In 2011 Cooley was purchased by Beam, and has been a part of Beam Suntory since 2014.

Cooley has both the pot stills and column stills. They generally use a double distillation method, filling up to 12,000 ex-Bourbon casks per year.
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Cooley