GreatDrams is on the road showcasing our whisky gifts. Keep checking back to see the events we are attending.
Come along, say hello, check out our range of whisky gifts and have a dram with Greg.
Makers Markets are all about showcasing small, artisan producers of an array of products from arancini to wooden garden furniture to gin to jewellery to bespoke art to whisky.
Since the turn of the year 2018, GreatDrams has been rocking up at markets all over the North West of England bringing ‘Great Drams’ to the people, with over 500 people having sampled our mighty fine single cask Ardmore single malt exclusive to GreatDrams alone.
We love doing these markets as a massive part of why we love whisky and love what we do is because we simply enjoy talking about whisky to pretty much anyone who will listen. What always impresses us is how people want to tell us their whisky stories too; distilleries they’ve visited, drams they’ve tried, drams they want to try and a surprising amount of hangover stories.
Our stall at each of these markets is stocked with our limited edition Ardmore, my first published book – The GreatDrams of Scotland, which I will happily sign for you and yours on the day – and a suite of handmade whisky gifts lovingly put together by our very own Kirsty.
Our upcoming events are in the North West of England, details below:
Cheadle Saturday 6th October Find out more
Stockport Saturday 13th October Find out more
NEW VENUE: Northern Quarter Sunday 14th October Find out more
NEW VENUE: Chorlton Saturday 20th October Find out more
NEW VENUE: Bramhall Sunday 21th October Find out more
The Lowry Centre Saturday 27th October Find out more
West Didsbury Sunday 28th October Find out more
Urmston Saturday 3rd November Find out more
Cheadle Saturday 3rd November Find out more
Knutsford Sunday 4th November Find out more
And don’t forget that if you cannot make it down to any of our market appearances, you can find out more about our whisky gifts, whisky books and our own independently bottled whisky products on our shop page here.