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Glengoyne’s behind the scenes tickets sell out in 24 hours

Gold dust whisky tickets sell out in 24 hours

Glengoyne superfans rush to pick up bucket list experience and keys to the distillery

Behind The Scenes At Glengoyne

Tickets to a closed doors, behind the scenes experience at Glengoyne Distillery have sold out within 24 hours after single malt fans from around the world rushed to pick up the bucket-list experience and keys to the distillery.

The exclusive event will see the single malt whisky distillery close its doors to the public and for the first time in its 185 year history on Saturday 16th February hand over the keys to the 36 lucky ticket holders.

Ticket holders who have each paid £180 for their tickets will have exclusive access to the distillery and the undivided attention of the key people who make Glengoyne, including the Distillery Manager, Malt Master, and International Brand Ambassador, who will take the Glengoyne fans through the unhurried whisky-making practices that have been handed down through generations at Glengoyne.

Katy Macanna, Brand Manager for Glengoyne said: “We knew this was going to be a popular, bucket list event, but the speed at which the tickets sold has exceeded our expectations.  Glengoyne is proud to have such a strong and loyal following, and we are looking forward to giving ticket holders the experience of a lifetime.”

Glengoyne Distillery, by Glasgow is widely considered one of the most beautiful in Scotland.  Ticket holders will experience in depth tours, hands-on activities and immersive whisky tastings, including an exclusive first taste of Glengoyne’s not-year-released new whisky for 2019. The event will culminate in a three-course, whisky-paired lunch. Attendees will also leave the distillery with a signed bottle of Glengoyne’s much-anticipated new release.

To find out more about future exclusive events at Glengoyne Distillery, sign up to the Glengoyne Family at http://www.glengoyne.com/our-family.

www.glengoyne.com

www.drinkaware.co.uk / www.scotch-whisky.org.uk

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