24 Apr 2013

The Balvenie Craft in Motion tour is heading to Chester and York

The Balvenie Craft in Motion tour is heading to Chester and York in the coming weeks. Bringing together whisky tastings and a craft forum, Craft in Motion is a unique series of events celebrating the handcrafted. Hosted by The Balvenie's UK Brand Ambassador, Dr Andrew Forrester, the tour will visit The Chester Grosvenor Hotel & Spa in Chester on Thursday 25th April and The Cedar Court Grand Hotel, York on Thursday 2nd May. Craft in Motion are free to attend events but please RSVP to if you wish to attend or get in touch with us via @BalvenieUK 


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