Published: 02/07/2017 16:30 - Updated: 09/07/2017 16:13

GlenWyvis raises a glass to second share offer as distillery hits new landmark

From left James Cameron, director; Hazel Allen, director; David O'Conner, chairman and Cait Gillespie, history curator at the Upper Dochcarty distillery site.
From left James Cameron, director; Hazel Allen, director; David O'Conner, chairman and Cait Gillespie, history curator at the Upper Dochcarty distillery site.
A SECOND share offer for Dingwall’s new GlenWyvis distillery is to be opened next month following the success of the first.

 

With the steel frame of the building now erected, cladding is under way ahead of the arrival of the stills.
GlenWyvis Distillery founder and managing director, John McKenzie, said: “The new share offer will launch in August, opening up the opportunity to own a whisky distillery to a new audience. 
“People are always asking us if they can invest, having missed the original share offer in 2016, and this new share offer will help us to fast-track our brand development plans. New investment will also help to reduce commercial lending, so we can deliver on our community benefit remit sooner!”
It aims to have its first run of spirit before Christmas.
While the build at Upper Dochcarty continues, GlenWyvis is continuing to attract visitors and locals to GlenWyvis Basecamp, its interim visitor reception space which sits within the Victoria Restaurant on the High Street.
Basecamp will host its first GlenWyvis tasting on Thursday, July 13 as part of Dingwall Gala week. 
After that, tastings will be on offer throughout the summer. 
Around 2600 people have already invested in the distillery.
To find out more about the share offer and tastings, email info@glenwyvis.com
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