Drinks On You! Win A Share of Listoke Distillery!


Have you ever wanted to own your own Distillery? Not just any distillery, one recently vauled at €1.7 million!

Well now you can, well at least a bit of one. For just €23 you can enter yourself into the Listoke Distillery raffle to win 5% of the entire company.

All you have to is sit back and enjoy all of the perks, and none of the work!

Bronagh Conlon told PJ Gallagher and Jim McCabe how you can win a piece of Listoke Distillery, located near Dunleer in the Boyne Valley region County Louth.

The lucky winner will receive yearly dividends, be a taste tester for new products as well as enjoying a free lifetime supply of gin. There is also cash prizes of €10,000 and €5,000 on offer.

This fundraiser is to aid the expansion of an ever growing business and to advance exports to countries internationally. The raffle is open to anyone all over the world over 18 years of age and closes on July 9th.

Click here to buy a raffle ticket before July 9th 

Bronagh who trained and worked as a midwife before trying her hand in the corporate world, opened the gin school in the Boyne Valley in 2016, having sold a food business that she built from the ground up following a career in nursing.

The company’s gin products now include Listoke 1777, Listoke Barnstorm, Listoke Cacao & Raspberry and Listoke Sloe, as well as the exciting new Wise Owl Whiskey. 

Listoke, Drinks On You! Win A Share of Listoke Distillery!

At Listoke Distillery they also offer a guided tour, where customers are led through the process of making Listoke 1777 Gin. As part of this tour, guests are shown the three iStills distilling process, the production system, as well as the botanicals used in production.

On completion of the tour, guests are invited to sample Listoke 1777 in a Gin & Tonic, or a cup of Tea/Coffee. All basic tours (private groups only) can be booked by contacting [email protected] This tour is an integral part of the Gin School experience, which can be booked through this link: Book Now

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