Titanic whiskey in Crumlin Road jail, Belfast
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Toast of Belfast: From IRA prison to whiskey distillery

A notorious Belfast prison that held IRA inmates during the worst of the city's sectarian troubles is to be transformed into a whiskey distillery.

A wing of the Victorian Crumlin Road jail, which closed in 1996, will produce the first whiskey in the city for 75 years.

Mark Simpson reports.

  • 18 May 2012
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