The Corn Exchange in Cupar was built in 1862 and is the perfect venue for the inaugural Fife Whisky Festival. Whether beginner, connoisseur or anywhere in between, with over 25 different exhibitors, there'll be a huge range of whiskies to try.
The Corn Exchange is less than 10 minutes' walk from Cupar Railway Station; train services operate on the East Coast Mainline. There are direct coach and bus services to Cupar from Edinburgh , Glasgow , Dundee, St Andrews, Stirling, Perth, Kirkcaldy, Leven and Glenrothes.
Tickets go on sale on Saturday 9th September at 10am! Ticket price includes access to all tasting samples at exhibitors' stands, a tasting glass, bottled water, and a £5 voucher redeemable against any 70cl bottle (costing £35 or more) with our on site retailer, Luvians.
With over 25 distilleries and independent bottlers from all over Scotland showcasing their whisky wares, this is an opportunity not to be missed! Join us for the first Fife Whisky Festival and taste the very best that Scotland's whisky creators have to offer!
It give us great pleasure to announce that Scottish cycling legend Mark Beaumont is gearing up for his latest challenge – as guest of honour at the first Fife Whisky Festival on 10th March in Cupar, Fife.
The Corn Exchange is less than 10 minutes' walk from Cupar Railway Station; train services operate on the East Coast Mainline.