Arran feiert 21-jähriges Jubiläum – mit einem Buch

Vor einigen Tagen sind Bilder von den ersten Feierlichkeiten aufgetaucht. Gestern erreichte mich eine Pressemitteilung von Arran. Das 21-jährige Jubiläum wird unter anderem mit einem Buch gefeiert. Der Einband sieht schon mal vielversprechend aus.

1995 wurde Arran gegründet. Am 02.07.2016 wird in Lochranza auf Arran das Malt and Music Festival gefeiert und dann wird auch das neue Buch vorgestellt. Wenn Euch Arran interessiert und Ihr das Buch kaufen wollt, könnt Ihr das entweder auf der Webseite von Arran oder aber auch bei Amazon bestellen. Das Buch „The Arran Malt – An island whisky renaissance“ gibt es als Soft– für 19,26 EUR oder Hardcover für 28,41 EUR (Links zu Amazon).

(Pressemitteilung, Arran)

21 Years in the Making
Isle of Arran Distillers Release Anniversary Book

The award-winning Isle of Arran Distillers, who began whisky production in 1995 for the first time on Arran in almost 160 years, has now reached 21 years of age. As part of the on-going anniversary celebrations, a new book ‘The Arran Malt – An island whisky renaissance’ will be officially released during the popular Malt and Music Festival in Lochranza on the 2nd July.

A complete account of the history of the distillery, from before it was even an idea in the mind of its creators to the present day, the book is illustrated with archive and contemporary illustrations as well as stunning photography of the distillery’s island home.

Researched by Neil Wilson, the respected whisky writer and one of those who originally purchased a bond in Isle of Arran Distillers, it follows the growth of this much-loved island distillery from its founding directors, Hal Currie and David Hutchison to its current status as one of Scotland’s finest malt whisky producers.

Along the way, Neil has interviewed many of the people who were involved in the company’s development as well as current employees and enthusiasts of the brand to create a true celebration of a the Arran Malt.

As the Isle of Arran Distillery looks forward to the next 21 years, and expansion with a second distillery site on the south of the island at Lagg, ‘The Arran Malt – An island whisky renaissance’ is an essential edition to the whisky lover’s bookshelf.

  • Soft cover book – £19.99
  • Hard case book – £29.99

Availble from www.arranwhisky.com, the Lochranza Visitor Centre, Neil Wilson Publishing and Amazon