Hinch Distillery Announces Partnership With Actor James Nesbitt

Hinch Distillery Announces Partnership With Actor James Nesbitt

In what is a new collaboration for Hinch Distillery — pairing up with another major Northern Irish export — the move will see local actor and producer James Nesbitt play an integral part of the Hinch Distillery journey, helping promote the distillery and its award-winning whiskeys, as well as supporting upcoming releases.

James Nesbitt, renowned for his extensive portfolio of over 75 television and film titles, including notable works like Bloodlands, Cold Feet, Lucky Man, The Missing, The Hobbit, Monroe, Murphy’s Law, and Bloody Sunday, has immersed himself in the world of Hinch Distillery. He has toured the distillery, connected with the dedicated team, and developed a deep appreciation for the exceptional whiskeys crafted with precision and care there.

Founder of Hinch Distillery, Dr Terry Cross OBE, said: ‘We are delighted to welcome James Nesbitt to the Hinch Distillery family. His passion for our craft and commitment to Northern Ireland’s talent perfectly aligns with our values. This partnership is not just about endorsements; it’s about shared passion and vision and an appreciation of all the good things to come out of Northern Ireland.’

James Nesbitt added: ‘I’m thrilled to be joining forces with Hinch Distillery. As a proud Northern Irishman, I have always admired the dedication and craftsmanship that goes into creating Hinch Irish whiskeys and Ninth Wave Irish gins. This partnership is an opportunity to celebrate the best of our region and its iconic brands.’

James Nesbitt’s partnership with Hinch Distillery signifies a new chapter for the business, one that is filled with exciting possibilities for both parties. Together, they will elevate the recognition of Northern Ireland’s produce, talent, and iconic brands while making a positive impact on the community through their shared charitable endeavours.


Featured image: Founder of Hinch Distillery, Dr Terry Cross OBE and James Nesbitt. Photography by by Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye