The second National Whisky Festival is getting ready to take place.
It will be held at Paisley Town Hall on Saturday 13 October, as part of the Spree Festival 2018, and will see two sessions of drams, masterclasses, food, whisky related arts, crafts and a fantastic programme of live music.
The Spree Festival is one of the highlights of Paisleys annual cultural calendar and takes place in various venues around the town from 12 to 20 October.
The National Whisky Festival sessions will start at Paisley Town Hall from noon-3.30pm and 4.15-7.45pm and by purchasing a ticket whisky lovers will be able to enjoy: entrance to one of the 3.5-hour sessions; access to over 50 whiskies on the tasting floor; two £5 discount vouchers for use on purchases at the on-site bottle shop; a complimentary line-up of fantastic live music; your own
NWF branded Glencairn crystal nosing glass to use on the day and take home; access to masterclasses (ticketed separately); official festival programme.
Colin Campbell, National Whisky Festival organiser, said: The National Whisky Festival is a combined celebration of the best of Scottish culture and our national drink.
The event at Paisley Town Hall will see a whole host of exhibitors and distilleries in attendance, each carefully considered to provide the most enjoyable experience of whisky tasting and entertainment on the day.
We couldnt be more excited to bring the festival to Paisley as part of The Spree Festival 2018 for a brilliant day of drams, delicious food and thrilling live music.
Louisa Mahon, head of marketing, communications and events at Renfrewshire Council, said: We are delighted to welcome the National Whisky Festival to Paisley as part of this years Spree Festival.
The Spree Festival is one of the highlights of Paisleys annual cultural events calendar and has continued to go from strength to strength as it enters its seventh year.
Hosting an event such as the National Whisky Festival shows Paisleys ability to host large-scale events and we cant wait to welcome visitors from all over to Paisley Town Hall to enjoy a celebration of whisky and the best of Scottish culture.
Visitors to the festival will also be able to enjoy delicious food from local restaurants and street food vendors, a craft beer bar and an on-site bottle shop provided by the Good Spirits Company.
The inaugural National Whisky Festival took place at Glasgows SWG3 in January 2017 as part of the citys Celtic Connections festival.
The Spree Festival is run by Renfrewshire Council and programmed by Synergy Concerts and Renfrewshire Leisure.
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