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St David's Day Celebrations

How do you celebrate St David’s Day?  Are you joining in the carnival atmosphere of the National St David’s Day Parade in Cardiff or visiting the St David’s Day market in the Hayes to browse the craft stalls? 

Five of Britain's Best

Penderyn Distillery was featured in The Guardian “Whisky tastings: five of Britain's best
Where to go for expert-led whisky tasting sessions and masterclasses”

Merry Christmas from the MD

2013 has been a busy and productive year here at Penderyn.  As you might have read in the press we have spent a lot of time setting up our expansion plans for the distillery and having built stock and relocated our bottling line from the main distillery building to our annex warehouse, we commissioned Penderyn’s second whisky still in August 2013, almost 13 years after the first was installed back in September 2000.

Thank you Pauline!

Pauline Williams, who became one of the first members of the Penderyn team when she joined in 2000, is retiring, having worked at the distillery since it first opened its doors 13 years ago. Technically an administrator, Pauline has been involved in almost everything at the distillery, from bookkeeping to looking after customers and everything in between.

Whisky in winter

Here in the village of Penderyn you can never guarantee a sunny summer, but our autumns and winters are wonderfully consistent: expect cold, rain, and snow high up in the mountains and you’ll rarely be disappointed.

Celebrate St David's Day with a Cocktail

Today is St David’s Day, the patron saint of Wales.  Many of us celebrate in our own way maybe by wearing a daffodil or leek or a favourite of mine, eating Welsh cakes laced with Penderyn!    At the distillery celebrations will be low key as we still need to keep production going.

Christmas at Penderyn

You don't need to be a whisky expert to guess that the busiest time of year for a whisky distillery is the run up to Christmas, and Penderyn is no exception - each year, we work hard to get our quota of whisky out.

The story behind Penderyn’s branding – Glenn Tutssel

Like it or not, branding is incredibly important to the success of a whisky. Plenty of whisky buyers don’t read reviews, and walk into a shop with a blank canvas. For that reason, it’s essential that whisky not only tastes fantastic, but also appears striking – this is especially true of whiskies with less history.

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