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Two Stacks Irish Whiskey unveils new recycled glass bottle

Two Stacks Irish Whiskey has revealed a new bottle design featuring up to 70% recycled glass, as part of the brand’s commitment to innovation, quality and environmental responsibility.

The new design features an embossed bottle design accompanied with branded natural cork stoppers.

The creation of the new bottles took two years of research and development process, with the objective of reducing the company’s carbon footprint. The design will be implemented throughout Two Stacks’ entire portfolio, debuting as part of the next chapter in the Polaris collection – a 7 year old Pot Still – launching in December.

Speaking on the new bottle design, co-founder, Shane McCarthy said, “We’re dedicated to setting new standards of excellence in Irish whiskey, and championing sustainability and accessibility in all that we do.

"We’ve seen other brands prioritising expensive ultra-clarity glass in their bottling when it has no effect on the quality of the spirit inside, and the reality is that this premium is passed on to customers to pay.

"We’re incredibly proud to unveil our new embossed branded bottle design, made from recycled glass and natural branded cork. It’s important to us that our packaging reflects our core values and ethos, driving our sustainability strategy forward and helping shape the whiskey industry of tomorrow. We’re also introducing a reusable bottle bag with this release, to encourage people to reduce waste and overpackaging, but still provide a premium gift bag, perfect for carrying your whiskey bottles or cans.”

More information can be found here.

1 December 2023 - Bradley Weir