The old distillery has been transformed into a museum, restaurant, and bar. The tour through the museum depicts parts of the distilling process as it used to be done. Listen closely and you will hear that things are done a little differently in the new location. The museum is mostly dioramas and so/so depictions. The tour ends in the tasting room with an explanation of the differences in taste between American, Irish, and Scotch whiskeys. About eight people were chosen as tasters and asked for their opinions. This was the most interesting part. Early in the tour when they ask for volunteers, be one.
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