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OLD OAK IRISH WHISKEY CASK CLUB
Discover the benefits of investing in Irish Whiskey.
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WHY INVEST IN IRISH WHISKEY?
Investing in Irish whiskey casks has become an increasingly popular alternative to traditional investments, with many investors expecting higher returns with the increasing demand for Irish whiskey in recent years. 
Irish whiskey exports to the USA experienced a record growth of 16% in 2022, reaching $1.3 billion(1). The Irish Whiskey Association (IWA) predicts that the market will double in size by 2030(2) and surpass Scotch Whisky in US export figures. However, with the current production rate of Irish whiskey at 110 million LPA (Litres of Pure Alcohol)(3), it may not be able to keep up with the rising demand.  
The Irish market would require a reserve of 950 million LPA of maturing whiskey to meet the projected demand. This shortage has created investment opportunities, where interested parties can purchase casks of Irish whiskey that will be stored in a secure, insured bonded warehouse. A certificate of ownership will be issued to the buyer for each individual cask purchased. Regardless of whether you are a private investor or represent a client, the investment process will be supported every step of the way.
Source: 1. Distilled Spirits Council 2022 Report / 2. The Guardian 2022 / 3. Drinks Ireland (ibec.ie)
“Over the last five years, Irish Whiskey has grown 13.4% in compound annual growth, with analysts predicting the growth to continue surging.”
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Forbes, 2020

“Worldwide sales of Irish whiskey have risen by more than 300% in the last 10 years, the Department for International Trade (DIT) has reported.”
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The Spirits Business, 2019

“Drinks industry analyst IWSR projects that Irish whiskey sales will grow by 33 per cent from 2020 to 2024.”
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Irish Times, 2021

OUR BRAND AMBASSADOR
JEAN-CLAUDE VAN DAMME
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"I am very proud and honoured to be the ambassador of Old Oak Whiskey" 
Motion Picture Artist Jean-Claude Van Damme
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WHY IRISH WHISKEY?
Investing in Irish whiskey presents a compelling opportunity  for several reasons. Firstly, the global Irish whiskey market  has experienced significant growth, reaching a size of US$4.7 billion in 2022.(1)
This growth is expected to continue due to factors such as the rising popularity of premium and craft spirits, whiskey cocktails, and the expanding Hotel, Restaurant, and Cafe (HORECA) sector (2)
Secondly, Irish whiskey has a rich cultural heritage that sets it apart from other whiskeys, creating a strong brand identity that resonates with consumers.  Thirdly, Irish whiskey is renowned for its high-quality production standards and strict regulations, ensuring consistent quality and reliability.
Overall, investing in Irish whiskey is an attractive option for investors looking to diversify their portfolios and capitalize on the growth of the Irish whiskey market.
Source 1 & 2: www.imarcgroup.com/irish-whiskey-market
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THE SECRET IS TO INVEST IN WHISKEY WHEN IT’S STILL IN THE BARREL.
HOW INVESTING WORKS
Embark on a captivating journey into the world of Irish whiskey cask investment, where the fusion of heritage, craftsmanship, and potential financial opportunity unfold.
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1. Distilling
After undergoing distillation, the whiskey is then patiently aged within barrels, setting the stage for its exquisite transformation.
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2. PRIVATE INVESTORS
For a minimum investment of one cask, you'll receive the barrel, five years of storage, insurance, and full ownership rights to sell or bottle the whiskey.
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3. AGED VALUE
Each barrel should be equivalent to a minimum of 380x 70cl bottles (40% abv) after five years.
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4. EXIT PLANS
There are several exit options you may use for your investment, which is outlined in detail in our FREE guide.
EXIT STRATEGIES 
Introducing a range of flexible exit strategies tailored to suit your investment objectives.
PRIVATE INVESTORS
Private investors frequently approach our current clients to purchase mature stock in order to bypass the lengthy maturation process. 
AUCTION
Whiskey auctions can be used as an exit strategy, particularly for aged whiskey.
SIMPLY ENJOY
Simply enjoy your whiskey for your own personal consumption. We also offer bottling and labelling service.
GET IN TOUCH TODAY, AND REQUEST YOUR FREE GUIDE
Investing in casks of Irish whiskey is rapidly emerging as a favored option for both novice and seasoned investors. If you would like one of our team of experts to get in touch, or to request your free brochure please fill in our contact form.
  • Enjoy privileged access to esteemed, award-winning distilleries in our network.
  • Rest assured, the whiskey casks shall be stored in bonded warehouses, which are fully compliant with HMRC requirements.
  • Experience a hassle-free process as we take care of all necessary procedures on your behalf.
  • Explore a diverse selection of casks suited to various budgets, as we stock an extensive range.
IMPORTANT
To place an order with Old Oak, you must be 18 years of age or older. 
Old Oak does not possess expertise in tax or financial advice. If you require further clarification or guidance regarding the purchase of cask whiskey, we recommend consulting with your tax specialist or accountant. 
We are not financial advisers. The information provided in our brochure and on our website serves the purpose of informing you about the Irish whiskey industry, enabling you to make an informed decision if you choose to purchase a cask. We suggest contacting your financial adviser as a primary step.  
The value of cask whisky can experience fluctuations in both directions. If you have any inquiries concerning the cask buying process or any topics discussed in our guide or on our website, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
If you intend to sample or bottle your cask, please note that duty and VAT will be required before the whisky can be bottled, and the responsibility for settling these charges lies with the cask owner. This process takes place after the finished goods are removed from the HMRC licensed warehouse.  
It is recommended to conduct regular health checks on your cask every three years. Cask services such as regauging, samples, and photographs are billable to the client.