In this journey through the lesser-known parts of Scottish whisky culture, we follow spirits writer Dave Broom on his quest to gain a deeper understanding of his national drink. While whisky has never been as popular, it is often seen in the context of being a brand which sits outside people’s lives. It’s often thought of as a drink which speaks of the past rather than engaged with a dynamic present.
Dave, who grew up in Glasgow, has been writing about spirits for over thirty years, but whisky is his particular passion and a subject on which he has many strong opinions. This film traces his journey back to the roots of whisky and show how it is an integral part of a wider Scottish culture, rather than just a product.
A dram be available after the screening
Rachel McCormack hosting the Q&A
Duration: 93 mins
Director: Adam Park
Cast: Dave Broom, Ryan Chetiyawardana, Iain McArthur, Francis J. Murphy II, Jas Scott