After the fun and success of last years unorthodox whisky tastings, Rubright & Hardagain are back !!!!
Our online bookings are full, there are still some seats available onsite…arrive at least 15 minutes before a tasting to sign up. Seats are on a first come, first serve basis.
IF YOU PLAN TO PARTICIPATE IN A TASTING, SHOW UP AT LEAST 15 MINS BEFORE THE START TO SEE IF THERE ARE SPACES. THANKS!
Additional tastings may be added, check back soon!
***We are accepting 60 person per tasting, if you reserve a space at one of our tastings online you are required to show up at least 15 minutes prior to the tasting to confirm. ***
Come join us at the 35th Annual SCOTFEST!
Whisky tastings by Rubright & Hardagain, feature Will Rubright and Dick Hardagain, often referred to as the Scottish Abbott & Costello of whisky educators, collectors and connoisseurs of fine single malt Scotch. Rubright & Hardagain’s whisky tastings are educational and highly entertaining, a unique opportunity to learn about and enjoy single malt Scotch whiskies.
They break away from the more traditional stoic take on whisky and are much more contemporary and hilarious in their ability to share their love of the Water of Life
So long as Scotland has been able to utter the words Whisky, so has been the timeline of it’s existence. In other words no one exactly knows how long it has been around.
The first official recording of Whisky as a product was done around 1200 AD, by our Irish cousins who decided that by copying the Whisky recipe, Irish Monks could in turn barter with the Scots.
” Uisge Beatha” Gaelic for ” Water Of Life” As we now know it “Whisky”. The Water of life was exactly that, in the beginning it was used for medicinal purposes, however the canny Scot’s realizing other potential and took it to another level, to where Whisky is today one of the highest exports of product for Scotland.
You are invited to join us at the “SCOTFEST” September 19th, 20th & 21st in our ” Whisky Tastings ” held at River West Festival Park.
Please join us in an experience you will not soon forget.