The Portmagee Whiskey Mission Statement:

Portmagee Whiskey crafts small batches of Irish Whiskey for the world to enjoy. Our people are passionate and proud of Portmagee and together we seek to grow in harmony with our village, providing opportunity and adventure for future generations of our community.

 

Our Company Values:

  1. Respect
  2. Loyalty
  3. Integrity
  4. Adventure
  5. Community

 

Our Story

Portmagee Distilling and Brewing Company was founded in early 2017 by two brothers John and James Murphy who are from Portmagee, Co. Kerry. John and James Murphy have a site in Portmagee that used to be the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) Barracks until it was burned down during the Irish Civil War. The building subsequently belonged to the Murphy family and has been passed down from generation to generation, it’s last use was as a cow shed. It presently is in a state of disrepair and we are in the process of getting planning permission to restore the building as part of the Portmagee Whiskey Experience.

Stuart McNamara, Irish whiskey Blogger and owner – editor of IrishWhiskey.com, WhiskeyBlogger.com and a host of other Irish and

international Whiskey related websites joined the team in mid-2017 and has brought his wealth of Whiskey knowledge and contacts to benefit the enterprise.

Combining their assets and efforts, the trio plan to develop Portmagee Distilling and Brewing Company Ltd. in a number of phases;

 

Phase 1: (2018)

Launch of Portmagee 9 Whiskey brand and development of market

Phase 2: (2019)

Launch of Portmagee Non Age Staement Whiskey. Opening of first phase, Portmagee Whiskey Experience and Seine Boat Visitor Centre at Barrack Hill, Portmagee, Co. Kerry. Continuation of brand and development of market.

Phase 3: (2025)

Opening of Portmagee Distillery and visitor experience at Barrack Hill, Portmagee, Co. Kerry.

Phase 4: (2028)

Release of first batch of Portmagee Whiskey and raw materials sourced in Kerry region.