Walsh Whiskey Distillery guides its business on the principles of integrity, quality, innovation and credibility. These are the principles that have driven the business since its inception in 1999.
At Walsh Whiskey Distillery, doing business in a responsible manner has always been central to both the family and the company’s way of operating and is to the forefront of all considerations by the company’s Board, management and staff. All members of Walsh Whiskey Distillery share a collective culture towards corporate and social responsibility.
In addition to being bounded by the laws of Ireland and the European Union, Walsh Whiskey Distillery fully supports a culture of responsible drinking and related marketing, sales, advertising and sponsorship of alcohol products. We seek to ensure that everything we do is conducted with the purpose of promoting responsible consumption of our premium spirits and liquor products to an age-appropriate audience.
Working With Nature – Origin Green
Walsh Whiskey Distillery produces high quality whiskey products through the sustainable use of barley, natural water and oak in an environmentally friendly and regulated process.
Walsh Whiskey Distillery works with Bord Bia’s (the Irish Food Board) initiative Origin Green which calls for sustainability at every stage of the production process.
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Conservation of Royal Oak Estate & Community
Bernard and Rosemary Walsh are committed to their role as the owners and caretakers of the 18th century Holloden House and Royal Oak estate and also to their place as members of the local community. In addition to the ongoing renovation of Holloden House, the Walsh’s have recruited people from the local area, are buying much of their barley from local farmers and are investing in the management and replenishment of the estate’s gardens and stock of mature trees. They look forward to extending their husbandry of the estate in the years ahead.
Charitable Works – Jack & Jill
Jack & Jill is an Irish children’s charity that provides and funds home nursing care support to 300 families with children with severe developmental delay as a result of brain damage, precious children who require around the clock care but who do better at home amongst their family, community and loved ones www.jackandjill.ie. It requires an annual budget of €2.7 million to provide this critical service and, with less than 20% coming from State funding, Jack & Jill relies more than ever on the support of companies and sponsors like to provide these services.
“We are absolutely delighted to be associated with such a high end and professional brand as Walsh Whiskey Distillery who have provided continued support to Jack & Jill over the years through various platforms.” – Jonathan Irwin