Nearly 300 guests including well-known faces, local bartenders and VIPs were treated to a lively evening of legendary entertainment and craic at the Jameson Irish Whiskey Barrelman’s Night hosted by Dillon Bass on Wednesday April 27.  

Until the last moment, the venue for the highly anticipated event remained a closely guarded secret, with invited guests instructed to gather at The National Grande Cafe, Belfast. They were then whisked away to the secret venue – T13 in the Titanic Quarter – which had been totally transformed into a rustic woodland scene bringing the outside inside. 

Guests were treated to a fun-fuelled night unlike any other seen in the city. Jameson Barrelmen drummers provided a dramatic, high impact opening for the event, setting the tone for the evening. The entertainment continued into the night with fire eaters, live music performances from The Reins and DJ Joe Lindsay, live graffiti art, bespoke Jameson games and virtual reality experiences, alongside an eclectic array of street food, creating a feast for the senses.

Throughout the evening, guests were also treated to Jameson, Ginger and Lime, Jameson Black Barrel and Jameson Caskmates. Dessert was served up when an ice cream van made a dramatic entrance into the venue to the delight of the excited crowd.

Dillon Bass – owners of the Jameson brand in Northern Ireland – hosted the event as part of an ongoing engagement programme with the local hospitality industry.

Jameson is available in all good bars, restaurants, hotels and off trade outlets across Northern Ireland.

For more information visit or join in the conversation on @Jameson_NI or  Please enjoy Jameson responsibly.  Visit for the facts.

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