Dublin Whiskey Fire: How 13 Died Due to Alcohol Poisoning | Building Ireland

History Documentaries

Architect Orla Murphy goes in search of the Roe Distillery which was the world’s biggest producer of Whiskey by the late 19th Century. Geographer Susan Hegarty discovers how a supply of fresh water was crucial for large and small industry in the Liberties, while Engineer Tim Joyce investigates the science and technology for making whiskey. Then, engineer Tim Joyce takes a look at Galway’s canal system and its impact on the state of the city; geographer Susan Hegarty explores the caves lying under Lough Corrib, to better understand the canal construction.

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