• PRO SOCIAL DISRUPTION

    We are an independent distillery on a mission to bring our spirit of prosocial disruption to the world through science, community and nature

    Community garden Sign

Our Science

DISTILLING LAB

We believe in the infinite possibilities of harnessing all forms of science. This makes us a little nerdy with our distilling process, and spend lots of time in the lab concocting, macerating, pairing and sampling flavours thanks to ridiculously advanced experimental equipment, for an end result that will knock your socks off.

Our Community

COMMUNITY GARDEN

We joined forces with Green Edge and our lovely neighbours to plant a botanic garden at the entrance of the Goldenbridge Estate, where we are located. We incorporated some seating (all 2m apart) and sent out the call to fellow guerrilla gardeners in the neighbourhood to join us in growing some of the botanicals we use in our drinks. The uptake has been phenomenal, and the gardening militia have rallied.

Our Community

COMMUNITY GARDEN

We joined forces with Green Edge and our lovely neighbours to plant a botanic garden at the entrance of the Goldenbridge Estate, where we are located. We incorporated a pond, some seating and sent out the call to fellow guerrilla gardeners in the neighbourhood to join us in growing some of the botanicals we use in our drinks. The uptake has been phenomenal, and the gardening militia have rallied.

Our Nature

SOCIAL BOTANIST

This project inspired our very own Social Botanist Scheme,  local community and advocates who are growing their very own botanicals at home.

A social botanist is much more than occasionally gardening! You are joining a movement of people who are collectively bringing life to the world.
Anyone can be a social botanist, whether you are growing herb pots on the window sill or knee deep in topsoil trenches.

Not forgetting our bee-utiful rooftop bee’s, introduced to encourage pollination and growth. We may also see some local Inchicore honey soon.

Thanks to the success of our community projects,  we have increased biodiversity in the area, improved community spirit exponentially
and encouraged the re-emergence of native wildlife and insects in an otherwise urban landscape.
Also, we soon will have a space to enjoy the Irish sunshine, which came out on a Friday last year.
Not to be missed!