National Whiskey Festival

National Whiskey Festival 25th January 2020 at SWG3

Don’t like Whisky? Never tried it? there is going to be something for everyone at The National Whisky Festival of Scotland. Scotland’s definitive whisky festival.

But don’t be fooled, this is no stuffy, suit and tie affair. From seasoned palettes to adventurous newcomers, everyone is welcome. You won’t be sniffed at for enjoying whisky your way, nor will you have to pay through the nose to sample some of the finest whiskies the world has to offer. This is about having fun and celebrating our national drink together in great company, And while you don’t have to wear even an inch of tartan – we wouldn’t say no to a kilt or two!

The festival will once again take place at the city’s SWG3 on Saturday 25 January with two impressive tasting floors spread across the TV Studio and Galvanizers rooms in the popular warehouse events complex. SWG3 studio werehouse is conviently less than 10 minutes away from The Embassy Apartments.

There will also be a whisky cocktail bar offering visitors the chance to sample a selection of expertly-mixed variations on our national drink, as well as a craft beer bar and plenty of delicious, hearty food from local restaurants and street food vendors. Tickets on sale now!

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