A family company celebrate sixty years in business - Members' News - Week 40 - 2021

Oct 8, 2021, by Fionnuala Malone - Category: Members' News

Welcome to GS1 Ireland members' news for week 40 2021. This week, a family company celebrate sixty years in business and the Irish Whiskey Awards are set to return. Read on for more.

Dingle Distillery releases the last in its single malt batch series

Dingle Distillery recently announced the sixth and final release of its Single Malt Batch series, Dingle Single Malt Batch 6. There are 15,000 bottles available, with an additional 1,000 Cask Strength bottles. Priced at €70.00 (RRP) per 70cl bottle for the standard 46.5% ABV version, with the Cask Strength version is priced at €150.00 (RRP), an is available since the 30th September at DingleDistillery.ieIrishMalts.comCeltic Whiskey Shop and across independent off-licenses nationwide. Dingle uses non-chill filtration to produce its whiskey.

This information came from Dublin Live.

New Members this week at GS1 Ireland

The companies below joined GS1 Ireland since our last Members News. We would like to take this opportunity to welcome them to the GS1 Ireland community.

Moitif - "We provide stylish, high-quality sofas, chairs, beds and modern storage that will suit your space, needs and budget."

Nutty Delights - "We are Nutty Delights: Dublin’s first and only nuts and dried fruit retailers."

Ballinclea Mill

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Grace O'Malley and Proclamation announce distribution partnership

Grace O’Malley and Proclamation, two of Ireland’s premium whiskey brands, and Tri-Vin Imports, a New York-based importer and distributor of craft spirits and fine wine, recently announced a distribution partnership for the New York Metro area. Grace O’Malley first launched in the U.S. at the beginning of 2020, followed by the U.S. launch of Proclamation in autumn 2020. Grace O’Malley have launched a digital ad campaign, ‘Meet the Queen of Irish Whiskey,’ to support the New York and New Jersey launch. The Irish whiskey category has continued its rapid growth and is currently one of the fastest-growing spirit categories in the US.

This information came from PR Web.

Powerscourt Distillery to host the 2021 Irish Whiskey Awards

The 2021 Irish Whiskey Awards have been confirmed for November 11th. After being cancelled last year due to COVID, the gala event will take place at the Powerscourt Distillery, Co. Wicklow. The awards, which are now in their eighth year, include twelve categories, and the whiskey with the highest overall score will become the 'Irish Whiskey of the Year'. The massive growth in Irish whiskey over the past number of years means that competition is tougher than ever, as newcomers go up against established brands. Tickets will be available from the Celtic Whiskey Shop on Dawson Street, Dublin 2, in early October. For more information, visit the Irish Whiskey Awards website.

This information came from Cork Beo.

Teeling Whiskey releases fourth bottling in Renaissance series

Teeling Whiskey has unveiled the fourth bottling in The Renaissance series, a range of limited edition single malts created to mark the global renaissance of Irish whiskey. The fourth bottling in The Renaissance series is an 18-year-old Irish single malt that was aged in ex-Bourbon barrels for over 16 years before being finished in ex-red Pineau des Charentes fortified wine casks, imparting 'pressed grapes, candied fruit, and pineapple'. Teeling Whiskey The Renaissance Series No. 4 is bottled without chill-filtration at 46% ABV and is limited to 9,000 bottles. The Renaissance Series No. 4 has an RRP of €140 and will be available in Ireland at the Teeling Whiskey Distillery and online at The Celtic Whiskey Shop.

This information came from One More Dram.

Spotlight achieves 100% recyclable packaging

Spotlight Oral Care has achieved its goal of making 100% of its toothpaste packaging recyclable. The packaging used is made from sugarcane-based polyethylene. By using Braskem’s I’m green™ brand of bio-based polyethylene, the company has reached its goal of 100% recyclability. Their toothpaste tubes are packaged in 100% recyclable cardboard and are delivered in a biodegradable bag that can be directly deposited into a compost bin. When ordering online, customers can choose to receive their products with or without the cardboard packaging. Achieving 100% recyclable packaging is a major milestone for the brand that is committed to environmental sustainability. Spotlight Oral Care products are available in the U.K., Ireland, and the U.S., through the company’s online store and other e-commerce sites.

This information came from BioMarketing Insights.

Oliver Carty celebrates 60 years with a new range

Oliver Carty has recently announced a new range of pork, bacon and turkey products to celebrate 60 years in business. The new family brand ‘Oliver Carty & Family’ is a selected range of pork sourced exclusively from the Little River Pig Farm, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, which is cured using Irish Atlantic Sea Salt harvested on the Beara Peninsula in West Cork; and a range of 100% Irish turkey rashers, medallions, lardons and joint products. Coinciding with the launch this week is the announcement of two, two-star Great Taste Awards for the company, an incredible achievement that recognises outstanding food and drink products. For every pack from the Little River Pig Farm sold, Oliver Carty & Family will donate 5 cent to The Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.

This information came from the Westmeath Independent.

That's it for this week, be sure to come back next week for more news from GS1 Ireland members around the country. If you are a GS1 Ireland member and you have some news you would like to share, please get in touch at marketing@gs1ie.org, we would love to hear from you.

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