Brechin Town House Museum is set to host a special exhibition from Saturday, September 20, to Saturday, October 26, entitled ‘Whiskies Galore’.
The exhibition tells the story of whisky distilling in Brechin, from the times of illicit stills in the glens, to the prize winning single malts of the present day.
Entry to the exhibition is free, and visitors will have the chance to see a display of the many fascinating tools used in various processed and is illustrated by photographs and ephemera of Brechin’s distilling past from the museum’s collections.
The Town House will also be holding a talking and tasting event to complement the exhibition.
The ‘Working with Whisky’ event, hosted by David Wilson from Brechin’s award winning distiller, Glencadam, takes place on Thursday, September 26, at 2 p.m.
The talk is free, but it is recommended to book in advance .
A spokesperson for the Town House museum commented: “The talk will give visitors an insight to the working life and processes of modern distillery and an opportunity to enjoy a wee dram at the same time.”