The producer of Knockeen Hills Irish Poteen encourages the consumption of alcohol in moderation.
As part of this policy it declines to directly advertise its products or use the medium of 'advertorials'. Knockeen Hills Irish Poteen ® when featured below in the editorial sections of the following publications, has not made any payment for its inclusion.
Knockeen Hills supports the Portman's Group Policy of 'If you do do drink, don't do drunk'.
Diageo drops Hackler Poitin
Mon 9th March 2020
World Duty Free - UK RETAIL Profile -Duty Bound
Irish Results of 37th Annual International Wine & Spirit Competition
Three Shamrock Award for Knockeen Hills Web Site
'Waterford's Knockeen Hills Poteen is not used in U.K. banned poteen Alcopop - 8th November 2002 [read more...]
Crack Ice FAB under fire for hard drug imagery
Susy Atkins reports on a contoversial drink's move to the mainstream.
"Luxury Irish Moonshine Ice Cream Launched"
February 2, 2000
"Moonshine Ice Cream"
January 29, 2000 (Page 3)
The Magazine For Irish Pubs Worldwide
Issue 5: 1999
Diageo abandons Irish Spirit
9 August 1998, No. 1771
"High-strength poteen launched"
10 July 1998, No. 5864, Page 6
The Fortnightly For Grocery Independents And C-Stores
"Poteen for St. Patrick"
February 1998, Page 46
"Poteen gains distribution"
31 October 1997, No. 5830, Page 8
"Poteen exporter irked by entry of Guiness to market "
17 March 1997.