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to the New Malt Order. Whisky and beer cocktails? Are you sure? Well firstly, the process of making whisky is pretty much identical to that of making beer, right up to the point it is distilled and aged. Whisky and beer are close cousins. Secondly, Auchentoshan is the only Scottish single malt to triple distil every drop – creating a whisky which is incredibly smooth and versatile. A malt perfect for mixing – who knew?

So, whisky and beer cocktails – yes, we are sure! But don’t take our word for it – you can try for yourself at East London’s Craft Beer Rising Festival. At the ‘Auchentoshan and Ale’ bar, you can find your own perfect whisky cockt-ale for just a fiver! Auchentoshan American Oak whisky, lemon juice, sugar syrup, quince paste, and orange bitters topped off with your choice of one of three beers from another of Glasgow’s finest, Drygate brewery.


…and if that isn’t enough, you could win a pair of tickets to the Friday Evening, Saturday Day or Saturday Evening sessions at Craft Beer Rising 2016, PLUS a a 70cl bottle of Auchentoshan American Oak, tote bag and two enamel mugs. Want it? Then just send us an email with your name, age, and “Auchentoshan CBR” in the subject line.

Sat 26th & Sun 27th February 2016
The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL

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