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Kirker Greer Gearing Up For St. Paddy’s Day


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Belfast-based Kirker Greer Spirits has released Shamrock Irish whiskey – a blend of six whiskies from the four provinces of Ireland – in preparation for next week’s arrival of St. Patrick’s Day (March 17). Kirker Shamrock is comprised of whiskies from these distilleries: Great Northern Distillery from Leinster; West Cork Distillers from Munster; The Shed Distillery from Connacht; and an unnamed producer in Ulster.

The Kirker Shamrock blend was created using single grain, single malt and single pot still whiskies which have all been matured in first-fill ex-bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks, with a ratio of 60% grain to 40% malt/pot still whiskey and is bottled at 43% alcohol by volume [86 proof].

Kirker Shamrock is being made available in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland and the UK.

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