Islay Festival of Malt and Music 2006

Saturday, June 3rd
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Ardbeg Distillery One more day to go. Ardbeg distillery is blessed with sunshine.

Ardbeg Distillery

Ardbeg Distillery Earlier in the week there was the magnificent dinner at Ardbeg prepared by whisky writer Martine Nouet for those who were lucky to get tickets. Here Stuart and Martine welcome their guests.

Martine Nouet

Ardbeg Distillery What better way to depict a distillery manager than in front of his warehouse (painted by Ian Gray).

Ardbeg Distillery Manager

Ardbeg Distillery Don't ever tell me that Islay doesn't have the good weather. This wonderful view is to be seen at the premises. Chairs provided.

Ardbeg Distillery Clann an Drumma is a guarantee for athmosphere. Drums and pipes in a savage way!

 Clann an Drumma

Ardbeg Distillery Members of the band need their rest, or else.....

Resting out at Ardbeg

Ardbeg Distillery they may lose an arm.

Ardbeg Distillery And you certainly need your arm in the art of 'sheepthrowing'.

Sheepthrowing

Ardbeg Distillery Getting tired? Rest you arms on one of the walkingsticks made from Islay wood and Islay antlers by Charles Hutcheon.

Ardbeg Distillery Time to go home. Sail across the deep blue sea. And don't forget to come back!

View from Ardbeg




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