Scotch: A Golden Dream

Scotch: A Golden Dream


Directed by Andrew Peat.
Classification: PG, 88 mins.
Country: UK.


An impressive bottle of fine Scotch is in your hand. From barley to the barrel, who made it and how did they do it?
The art of distilling Uisge Beatha, the Water of Life, has been perfected over many centuries in Scotland. The earliest documented record is from 1494, in the tax records of the day. For over 100 years, Scotch whisky has been the premier international spirit of choice. This film honours the history and the art behind this most extraordinary product, to provide insight into the process and the fascinating people who create the golden elixir. Limited Screenings from Mon 12 Aug onwards.

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