Jul 29th 2022

Gateshead Whisky News 29.07.2022

Happy Friday, Loungers!


And it’s looking like summer might not be over after all. Why not celebrate with this week’s serving of whisky news from our very own, Connas!


New Tamdhu Batch!


Tamdhu has added a limited edition bottling to its Batch Strength series. Cool!


Latest Fettercairn 16 is here!


The latest release of Fettercairn's 16 Year Old marks the third limited release in the annual series, designed showcases different maturation journeys for the distinctive distillery character. And its here!


Crafty AnCnoc


AnCnoc are taking drinkers into the world of the modern maker this year, with a new partnership and event series celebrating some of the UK’s most dedicated craft producers. Nice…


Glenallachie Mizunara!


Billy Walker has added a 16-year-old mizunara cask-finished whisky to GlenAllachie’s The Past, The Present & Future Series.


G and M Bring out the Rare Milton!


Gordon & MacPhail, have launch of a 72 Year Old Milton Distillery bottling - the oldest and last cask to be laid down in the 1940s. Wow!


Now We’re Lagging!


Three inaugural bottles of Lagg Whisky are officially on the way! Happy Days!


Silent Pool Awakens!


Surrey distillery Silent Pool have unveiled Transatlantic Rye Whiskey, made with a combination of US and British rye. Most interesting…


Clonakilty goes Green!


Clonakilty Distillery have outlined a number of pledges in an attempt to increase awareness of sustainability. Excellent work…


Glenmorangie Makeover…


Glenmorangie have revealed a new look for their core range to better reflect the flavours of each expression.


New Glenturrets Incoming!


Two limited edition single malts, a 25 and a 30 year old, from Glenturret are on the way!


Booker Noe – Beamed Up!


Beam Suntory are expanding the capacity of Jim Beam Brands Co. with a $400 million investment that will create more than 50 full-time jobs at the Booker Noe Distillery in Boston. Brilliant News!


And Finally…


“We was getting nowhere. And so we had a cuppa tea.”


RIP Bernard Cribbins


See you back here for more whisky news next week, folks!


Cheers!


Connas

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