Wort, Worms and Washbacks
|Rating||:||4.96 (558 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||215 Pages|
Cheers!' Ian Smith, The Scots Magazine ' full of humour and interest.' The Highland News Group ' an excellent purchase whether you have any interest in whisky or not ' The Ileach 'These behind-the-scenes tales of not-so-everyday life in the whisky industry will have you reading and re-reading and reaching for a drop of the article.' Dundee Evening Telegraph & Post ' a very human, and at times very funny account of life within the world of whisky-making a very different whisky book, and one which should keep you engrossed from start to finish. I doubt if they could have done a better job.' Tarbert Campbell, Perthshire Comment . 'A grand full-bodied read. I am told that it is already required reading within the whisky industry and that a number of old-timers with tales to te
These memoirs are all about the characters that John has dealt with in the many differing places he has worked and portray as complete a picture of the distillery shop floor, the stillroom and the mashroom and the changes that have been made in them over the past 35 years as possible. Smith (A-Z of Whisky) this revealing evocation of the true goings-on in the whisky trade will delight and surprise anyone with an interest in the subject.. In that time John McDougall has worked in some of Scotland's most famous distilleries in Speyside, Ayrshire, Islay and Campbeltown as well as holding head office posts in Glasgow before setting up his own whisky bro
Gavin D. Smith is a whisky writer, broadcaster and journalist, and lives in Perth. . John McDougall is one of Scotland's most respected distillers having worked all over the country in the past 35 years. He is based on the Clyde coast
"Whisky-the life behind the bottle" according to A Customer. This is a fantastic book! No one has ever published a tell all book about the Whisky industry let alone a biography. John McDougall is truely a Scottish Legend. His life experiences are things one would never read in a distillery brochure.Slaite!. Malt whisky and life An interesting story about a gentleman's developing career as he works through a succession of single malt distilleries in Scotland. This book blends his experiences from the distilleries and life along with interesting facts. If you enjoy the dram or h. For whisky lovers If you have a great fondness for single malt whisky, this is a wonderful read. Full of information and interesting characters.