InBev Distilleries Tasting Event

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I’d like to personally thank InBev for sending their Brand Ambassador from Old Pulteney (and Balblair, Speyburn, Balmenach, and anCnoc) to the Toronto Whisky Society.

I’d also like to thank /u/Jolarbear for doing a great write up on the site on these, which you can find here.

For those of you who don’t want to have to jump over: Shame on you, reading is fun! What would Levar Burton say?

Joking aside….

International Beverages own the 5 above distilleries, with anCnoc being made at Knockdhu, which has a similar name to another distillery and was renamed for totally different reasons.

Let’s get down to brass tacks on each one, shall we?


Set 1 InBev Tasting.jpg Left to Right: Catto’s 12, Speyburn Bradan Orach, Balblair 97 (2nd Release), Balblair 90 (2nd Release)

Catto’s 12 was up first. This blend was originally founded in 1861 by James Catto. Back then, if you owned a grocery store, you…

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