The official opening of the Crolly Distillery in the Donegal Gaeltacht will take place on Wednesday, August 31.
Government Chief Whip and Minister for the Gaeltacht agus Sport, Jack Chambers will be there to officially open the new distillery.
Drioglann Chroithlí is a new distillery in a building which has been of cultural and economic importance to the local area.
Údarás na Gaeltachta has invested over €1.3 million in the total refurbishment of the historic building.
The distillery in Croithlí is set to be one of the main tourist attractions in the region and it is already attracting large numbers of visitors drawn by the innovative tourism experience it offers, as well as the quality of its whiskey.
Speaking about the project, Údarás na Gaeltachta Chief Executive, Mícheál Ó hÉanaigh said he is very happy this fine project has been brought to completion.
“The Croithlí Distillery embodies the aims of the Údarás na Gaeltachta Strategy 2021-2025, which focuses on developing and nurturing enterprise and also on supporting strategic Gaeltacht tourism projects, which highlight the unique story of the Gaeltacht regions of Ireland,” he said.