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Are four days enough?

Hello everyone! 
Trying to plan my husband's 40th birthday end of October.  I wanted to do a beer/whisky tour in Scotland.  Would four days be enough for this?  Any suggestions for the best beer/whiskey tours?
Any and all suggestions would be much appreciated!
~N

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  • fishyprofishypro Member ✭✭✭
    Hi @NeetD,

    The town of Pitlochry has Blair Atholl Distillery & Edradour Distillery (Scotlands smallest distillery). Pitlochry now boasts 2 micro breweries including Moulin Brewery & Wasted Degrees. A new Gin distillery has also opened called Badvo Gin.
    There are also plenty of restaurants and bars in the town to help with the celebrations.
    Pitlochry in October is very busy as it holds The Enchanted Forest Event too, this event is on for four weeks only. A must see when you visit this town.

    Good luck!
    Best regards
    fishypro
  • NeetDNeetD Member
    fishypro said:
    Hi @NeetD,

    The town of Pitlochry has Blair Atholl Distillery & Edradour Distillery (Scotlands smallest distillery). Pitlochry now boasts 2 micro breweries including Moulin Brewery & Wasted Degrees. A new Gin distillery has also opened called Badvo Gin.
    There are also plenty of restaurants and bars in the town to help with the celebrations.
    Pitlochry in October is very busy as it holds The Enchanted Forest Event too, this event is on for four weeks only. A must see when you visit this town.

    Good luck!
    Thank you for your suggestions!  Would we need to rent a car?  Or would we able to walk/cycle around in Pitlochry and see both distilleries? 
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