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Pictures: Poitín-making equipment seized in Co Tipperary raid

It was found in a rural part of North Tipp, close to Nenagh.

still Source: Revenue

GARDAÍ AND INVESTIGATORS from the Revenue’s Customs Service uncovered an illicit poitín distillery in rural Co Tipperary yesterday.

It was found in a rural part of North Tipp, close to Nenagh.

“The distillation process was in operation at the time of the search and a quantity of ‘poitín’ was seized,” a statement from Revenue said.

“The distillery and all related equipment involved in the processing was also seized.”

A file is currently being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.


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