*SOLD OUT* Celebrating Glasgow’s Whisky Heritage

Wednesday 24th January 2018 | 6.30-8.30pm | The Clydeside Distillery, 100 Stobcross Rd, Glasgow, G3 8QQ

To celebrate the successful GCHT grant-aided restoration of the Pump House at Glasgow’s Queen’s Dock, we are holding a very special event showcasing the historic building and the distillery it now houses. The Clydeside Distillery brings whisky production back to the city centre and also promotes the role whisky has played in shaping both Glasgow’s and Scotland’s heritage. GCHT is delighted to be able to offer you the opportunity to get inside the building and hear from the project team.

Tim Morrison formerly of Morrison Bowmore Distillers and owner of independent bottler AD Rattray will talk about the project and his own background, before Jo Parry-Geddes, from Hypostyle Architects, takes us through the restoration of the Category B-Listed building.


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