Glengoyne has announced it will be providing free whiskey to volunteers who take time to help protect the wetlands and positively contribute towards conservation. The brand will be rewarding volunteers with a free bottle of the Glengoyne 15-year-old whiskey when they pledge a day towards the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) in the UK. The distillery will also offer volunteers an invite to take an in-depth tour of its facilities to further sweeten the deal for would-be volunteers and help incite even more interest.
Brand Director at Ian Macleod Distillers Katy Muggeridge spoke on the Glengoyne initiative saying, “In launching the 15 Year Old, we wanted to give back to the beautiful ecosystem that allows us to produce our single malt. So, by donating just one day of your time to WWT, whisky fans will be able to help protect carbon-capturing wetlands, aid the conservation of migratory geese, and take home a bottle of this excellent new dram.”