IS whisky your tipple? If so, you’re in for a treat next week, as a Powys garden centre is hosting a whisky tasting evening with a renowned local drinks firm.

The Old Railway Line Garden Centre, located in Three Cocks, near Llyswen, is excited to announce an upcoming whisky tasting evening.

Taking place on Friday evening, July 14, Penderyn Distillery, labelled the “the home of Welsh whisky”, will be hosting an evening delving into the history of Penderyn and samples of several popular spirits.

“We can’t wait for the upcoming Penderyn tasting evening which will be a fantastic opportunity for whisky enthusiasts to learn more about Penderyn’s story, taste a number of their most popular whiskies and enjoy food in our popular Railway Restaurant,” said the Old Railway Line’s retail and events manager, Matthew Lewis.


“The evening includes a drink on arrival before Lee from Penderyn delivers a talk about the history of the distillery. Following this you will taste four of their most popular whiskies, while learning about each spirit, with the opportunity to ask any questions.

“Alongside your whisky tasting, enjoy a sharing platter of food prepared in our Railway Restaurant, including meats, cheeses, olives, crackers and bread, as well as homemade chocolate truffles to complement the final whisky tasting.

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“Tickets are selling fast so be sure to book your table ASAP.”

The world famous Penderyn produce award-winning single malt whiskies and spirits at their distillery, located in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons (Bannau Brycheiniog) National Park.

For more information and to book tickets contact the Old Railway Line on 01497 847055 or visit their website, at