Win shares in an Irish Gin Distillery in this unique raffle

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Have you ever wanted to get involved in making Irish gin but didn’t know where to start? This unique raffle to win a gin distillery is an opportunity you don’t want to miss

Bronagh Conlon and Sarah McAvinchey of Listoke Distillery 

If having a life supply of gin sounds good to you, then today is your lucky day. This unique raffle gives you a chance to win shares in an Irish gin distillery for less than the cost of a bottle itself! Listoke Distillery, located in the beautiful Boyne Valley, is raffling off 5% of their business for less than the price of a bottle of gin.

Bronagh Conlon owns Listoke in County Louth, along with her husband and daughters. The family-run gin and whiskey distillery launched Ireland’s very first Gin School in 2016 and since then has welcomed thousands through its doors to distil their own gins and learn about the craft of gin-making.

Gin products range from their Listoke 1777, Listoke Barnstorm, Listoke Cacao & Raspberry and Listoke Sloe, to their new exciting, Wise Owl Whiskey. The Distillery has won global awards over recent years as well as expanding successfully beyond the Irish markets. They were also the first distillery to start producing hand sanitiser at the beginning of the pandemic.

Gin School

If the sound of this business intrigues you, the family is organising the raffle to fund international growth (2020 valuation of Business: €1.7M). If you are the lucky winner, you will receive a yearly dividend, become a taste tester for new products, bring their friends along to the gin school, get a life supply of gin and enjoy the benefits of owning a distillery, all without the hard work.  Even if you don’t get the top prize, there are also €10k and €5k cash prizes on offer.

“We always try and do something a bit innovative at Listoke,” said Sarah McAvinchey, Head of Sales. “By entering the raffle – from anywhere in the world, you can become a part owner of a buzzing distillery and gin school and have somewhere to visit when in the Boyne Valley region. Whether you win or not, every entry is helping support a small Irish business to grow into a successful future throughout the world.”

The raffle is open until Fri 9 July at 6pm and tickets are £20.  It’s available to enter for those over 18 years of age, from anywhere in the world and is hosted independently by (hence why the price is in £ Sterling). To enter go to