GlenWyvis toasts to social care charity

GLENWYVIS, the community-owned Highland distillery, is to host a charity evening near Inverness next month in aid of social care charity Cornerstone.

A Midsummer Night’s Dram will take place at Bogbain Farm, south of Inverness, on 17th June. In addition to a tasting of the distillery’s inaugural bottling of single malt, the evening will also include music, a three-course meal and a charity auction.

“With our first whisky being released at the end of last year, we’re really excited to finally share it at an event with our members and fellow whisky lovers, alongside representatives from our wonderful charity partner for the event, Cornerstone,” said Matthew Farmer, GlenWyvis distillery manager.

“A Midsummer Night’s Dram will be a real celebration of the community spirit of GlenWyvis. Our inaugural release whisky is the first to be produced in Dingwall in almost a century, so this celebration has been a long time coming! I look forward to a great night of whisky, food and music – all while raising funds for Cornerstone.”

Julia Smith, public fundraising manager at Cornerstone, said the charity “enables people across Scotland with disabilities to live their best possible lives”.

“And it’s through events like A Midsummer Night’s Dram that we can continue to deliver services to those who need it,” she said.

“We’re delighted to partner with GlenWyvis Distillery for the event and look forward to raising a dram with you all!”

Tickets to the event cost £120 and can be purchased at: