Penderyn has partnered with Breton distillery Armorik, and M&H from Israel, as the sole UK importers & distributors for their whiskies and spirits. Armorik is from the Warenghem distillery in the north of Brittany which began producing fine liqueurs in 1900. This craft distillery has more than 100 years of experience and know-how. In 1983, thanks to Gilles Leizour’s passion …
We were mentioned in this article on the fact that we had to stock-pile glass bottles from France ahead of Brexit as at the time of writing, like all other distilleries, we still have no idea what the deal is going to be. Read the article here.
Laura Davies, Distillery Manager, Penderyn Distillery said: ‘You have to show that you can do the job. You have to show that you are in that position not because you are.’ More from Laura and others on the subject here.
Penderyn mentioned by Northern Ireland’s Secretary of State, Brandon Lewis: ‘…seeing Bushmills competing with Scottish single malt, Scottish single malt competing with Penderyn in Wales, and all of them competing with London gin.’ (Other English whisky distilleries are available!) You can read the article here.
Great to see the development of our distillery site at the former Swansea Hafod Copperworks. The main building was once the powerhouse, and latterly the canteen. A new building is being built which will house the Visitor Centre, Tasting Bar and Museum. We’re hoping to open in 2022/23. Meanwhile our Llandudno Distillery will open in the New Year. Exciting times!
Penderyn’s CEO, Stephen Davies, appeared on BBC News on the 27th November talking about Christmas, whisky and the difficulties faced by businesses this year. You can watch the video here.
Great to see our whisky featured in this list of ‘Scotches.’ The snippet featuring Penderyn is below. Read the full article here. “
Great to see Penderyn mentioned in this feature. The pic is of our former distiller Gillian McDonald who now works for Glenmorangie. If you subscribe to The Times, the article is here.
Pendeyrn’s CEO Stephen Davies was interviewed by Wales Online regarding exports and Brexit: “We’re obviously aware that customs are going to change too, but we’re used to exporting all over the world, so what we’re trying to do now is establish exactly what the new procedures will be. “ You can read the full article here.
Great to see Penderyn Madeira 46 in this list of ‘The dram busters — regional whiskies that are rocking our world.’ The article can be read here. You can buy our Madeira finish from our online store by clicking here.