FAMOUS BATTLE
IN IRISH HISTORY

The Battle
of Clontarf

At the battle of Clontarf in 1014, Irish High King Brian Boru sent Viking invaders tumbling back into the sea and achieved a remarkable victory for the Irish over the fearsome Vikings.

The two armies met on the fields of Clontarf near the city of Dublin on Good Friday in the spring of 1014. The battle lasted all day, raging across the fields and forests with no side gaining a clear advantage. Finally, with all of their leaders dead or dying, the Vikings broke ranks and returned to their ships.

Through this valiant and bloody victory at Clontarf, Brian Boru and his men made possible the Ireland that we know today. Our whiskey is named after this famous battle.

FAMOUS BATTLE
IN IRISH HISTORY

The Battle
of Clontarf

At the battle of Clontarf in 1014, Irish High King Brian Boru sent Viking invaders tumbling back into the sea and achieved a remarkable victory for the Irish over the fearsome Vikings.

The two armies met on the fields of Clontarf near the city of Dublin on Good Friday in the spring of 1014. The battle lasted all day, raging across the fields and forests with no side gaining a clear advantage. Finally, with all of their leaders dead or dying, the Vikings broke ranks and returned to their ships.

Through this valiant and bloody victory at Clontarf, Brian Boru and his men made possible the Ireland that we know today. Our whiskey is named after this famous battle.

AGED IN
BOURBON
BARRELS

Our Process
& Distillation

A combination of barley, maize and pure spring water gives Clontarf its complex aroma and extraordinary flavor.

The barley is malted over the course of several days then dried and mixed with unmalted barley to create a "mash." This "mash" is then processed to create the liquid that begins the distilling process.

The whiskey is distilled three times using traditional copper pot stills, which insures the production of a smooth, delicate spirit. It's then filtered through Atlantic Oak Charcoal which gives Clontarf a pure, clean and distinctive taste.

Upon distillation, the whiskey is aged in bourbon barrels for at least 4 years.

AGED IN
BOURBON
BARRELS

Our Process
& Distillation

A combination of barley, maize and pure spring water gives Clontarf its complex aroma and extraordinary flavor.

The barley is malted over the course of several days then dried and mixed with unmalted barley to create a "mash." This "mash" is then processed to create the liquid that begins the distilling process.

The whiskey is distilled three times using traditional copper pot stills, which insures the production of a smooth, delicate spirit. It's then filtered through Atlantic Oak Charcoal which gives Clontarf a pure, clean and distinctive taste.

Upon distillation, the whiskey is aged in bourbon barrels for at least 4 years.

MADE WITH FRESH
IRISH SPRING WATER.

Finest Ingredients

Clontarf Irish Whiskey is made with the finest ingredients that Ireland has to offer.

Velvety, lush, mellow, and smooth, with subtle hints of vanilla, slight maltiness and notes of toffee. Balanced and flavorful. Smooth, approachable, and mixable taste.

MADE WITH FRESH
IRISH SPRING WATER.

Finest Ingredients

Clontarf Irish Whiskey is made with the finest ingredients that Ireland has to offer.

Velvety, lush, mellow, and smooth, with subtle hints of vanilla, slight maltiness and notes of toffee. Balanced and flavorful. Smooth, approachable, and mixable taste.