The Isle of Arran Distillery will be returning to the Corn Exchange in Cupar on 7th March 2020 to showcase their whisky wares for the third Fife Whisky Festival.
We’re delighted that the Arran team will be joining us again and we’re sure that you are too! At our previous events, their whisky has proved to be a big hit and we’re certain it will be much of the same for next year.
The Isle of Arran Distillery was built in 1995 and the first, legal, dram of Arran whisky, in over 160 years, was poured three years later.
Recently, history was made once again. Whereas the first distillery is located in Lochranza, in the north of the island, construction of a second distillery, Lagg Distillery, in the south at Brodick is now complete. The distillery at Lagg will be responsible for producing the Isle of Arran’s peated malts. It produced its first spirit in March 2019 with the Visitor Centre opening its doors a few months later in July.
As if the team wasn’t busy enough, the core range of Lochranza malts has recently undergone a make over. Now sporting a brand new look, the new branding is simple and elegant.
We are, of course, over the moon that the Isle of Arran Distillery and the Indie Brands teams will be returning to the Fife Whisky Festival on 7th March.
With a number of expressions to choose from, including cognac as well as whisky, be sure to drop by their stand on the day and enjoy a dram or two from their extensive range.