Harvesting Whisky: Lochlea Distillery Tasting with Patrick Dupuy

Thu Oct 12 2023 at 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm

Grain & Glass | Birmingham

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Harvesting Whisky: Lochlea Distillery Tasting with Patrick Dupuy
Experience Lochlea's whisky journey at Grain & Glass, savoring exquisite single malts from Scotland's picturesque lowlands.
About this Event

Lochlea is a small, independent single malt whisky distillery located in the beautiful lowlands of Scotland. Based on Lochlea Farm, all the barley used for production is grown on-site, with distillery operations being monitored by John Campbell. Production began in August 2018, with the first whisky coming to market early in 2022. One of Scotland’s favourite sons, the poet Robert Burns, also called Lochlea home between 1777-1784!

Your host for the evening will be Patrick Dupuy, Business Development Executive for Lochlea Distillery. Patrick was introduced to whisky early on, as his mother also worked in the industry. Patrick cut his teeth as a shop assistant, before becoming a tour guide and, eventually, a distiller himself! He joined Lochlea toward the end of 2021 and has been overseeing the UK retail market ever since.


Lochlea - Sowing (2nd Crop)

Lochlea - Harvest (2nd Crop)

Lochlea - Our Barley

Lochlea - Ploughing (1st Crop)

Lochlea - Cask Strength

Tickets are £20 (£15 to members of The Birmingham Whisky Club)

Terms & Conditions

No refunds or transfers. 

The event is strictly over 18's Only. If you're lucky enough to look under 25, please bring your relevant photo ID to the event with you. Tickets are sent in e-ticket format. These don't need to be printed but please have available on your phone on request. We do not cater to dietary requirements. Please arrive on time as we can't guarantee your place if you're late.

*To order your , please use the Join It app

One discounted ticket available per member.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Grain & Glass, 75-80 Vyse Street, Birmingham, United Kingdom


GBP 20.00

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