George Roe & Co helped build the golden era of Irish whiskey in the 19th century. Their distillery at Thomas Street in Dublin extended over 17 acres and they were Ireland's largest exporter of whiskey. Since the distillery closed its gates in 1926, and all that remains is the distillery windmill tower and a pear tree that flowers to this day. The pear being a source of inspiration for Roe & Co whiskey.
Bearded Man Ireland was born out of a small workshop in Navan, Co. Meath. Using traditional craftsmanship alongside a moderns manufacturing technique allows them to deliver a unique approach to the design of our products. They see each product as an experiment, to create something unique for their customers.