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Art at the Distillery

Art at the Distillery

Posted April 7, 2017

We’re welcoming spring on the Authentic Seacoast with our first Art at the Distillery show. This week long special event opens with a reception on Saturday, April 15th and continues until Saturday, April 22nd. The reception and event are open to the general public.  Refreshments are offered. Art at the Distillery features watercolour paintings and sketches...

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Toast Your Spring Traditions

Toast Your Spring Traditions

Posted April 5, 2017

Spring in the Maritimes is all about traditions done right, whether it’s opening the cottage, putting the boat in the water, getting the garden ready or enjoying a backyard barbecue. Celebrating these special moments calls out for something special in your glass, like our award-winning rye whisky, made right, right here in the Maritimes. To help...

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A Toast to our Irish Traditions

A Toast to our Irish Traditions

Posted March 14, 2017

Nova Scotia may be Latin for New Scotland, but the Irish roots in Guysborough run deep and wide. Irish settlers came to the Guysborough area in droves in the 1700s and 1800s.  They prospered in communities like Erinville and Ogden along the Salmon River, as well as Manchester, Guysborough and the Guysborough Intervale. In these...

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A Song on Robbie Burns Day

A Song on Robbie Burns Day

Posted January 20, 2017

If you can’t be in Scotland to raise a glass to the bard on Robbie Burns Day, there is no better place to be than Nova Scotia (New Scotland). Born in Alloway, Scotland on January 25, 1759, Robert Burns has become Scotland’s most recognized figure, with more Burns statues in the world than any other non-religious...

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