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Triple Dog Irish Whiskey Expands To Key US Markets

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Triple Dog Irish Whiskey is expanding US distribution to Idaho, Southern California, and Arizona. The move follows increasing demand for the award-winning whiskey following its official US launch in 2023. 

The Irish whiskey category has been rapidly expanding in the United States. According to the press release: “Irish whiskey experienced a 13.4% compound annual growth rate between 2015 and 2020” in the United States alone. Additionally, the Distilled Spirits Council noted a 92% increase in Irish Whiskey sales in the US over the past 10 years. 

According to Chris Gilliam, Co-founder and CEO said: “Triple Dog Irish Whiskey continues to impress the most discerning of whiskey palates, as well as people who are completely new to Irish Whiskey. Triple Dog has won many prestigious awards, including Double Gold from the SIP Awards, Double Golds from the John Barleycorn Awards, and, most recently, a Gold medal and 90-point rating from the 2024 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. These accolades have created demand for our whiskey around the country, encouraging us to expand our distribution.” 

The three-state expansion will be achieved in partnership with NorthStar Spirits in Idaho, Brown Bag Beverage in Southern California, and Scout Distribution in Arizona. The move allows more Irish whiskey lovers in the US to have access to the award-winning whiskey. The whiskey is currently available in Colorado, Florida, and Texas for an RRP of $39.99. Those residing in other states can check if they are eligible for shipping here.  

About Triple Dog Irish Whiskey 

Triple Dog Irish Whiskey was born from a conversation between whiskey-makers one night in a Dublin pub. The group debated how Irish whiskey could better appeal to a younger generation of drinkers. The debate ended with the whiskey-makers “triple dog daring” each other to create a new and modern Irish whiskey, whilst still adhering to the legislation outlined in the Irish Whiskey Act of 1980. 

The result is a spirit with “ a slightly sweet aroma, with notes of crème brûlée, cracked vanilla bean, dark caramel, baked green apple, and baking spices”. The triple-distilled whiskey is aged for at least four years in French oak casks and bottled at 40% ABV.

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Beth Squires

Beth joined Mark Littler Ltd full-time in October 2020 following the completion of her university degree. Since then she has gained wide-ranging knowledge of all things whisk(e)y, and has written extensively for both company and external publications. Beth is passionate about industry innovation, marketing, and sustainability. With a particular affinity for independently bottled rare scotch, Beth is also a whisky bottle investment specialist.

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