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Zagreb to Host 2nd Regional Whisky Fair ZG016

Zagreb Whisky Fair 2015

Zagreb Whisky Fair 2015

Zagreb, 9 February 2016 – Zagreb’s Hypo Event Centre will host the 2nd regional Whisky Fair on 26 & 27 February 2016…

After the successful first edition held in 2015 where visitors had the opportunity to sample more than 30 different whisky brands, this year’s fair will offer even more whisky brands. Leading local importers and distributors will present their ranges in the Kornati hall at the Hypo Event Centre with visitors able to sample the host of whiskys at promotional prices.

Daily passes to the fair are currently on sale with the pre-sale price of 50 kuna until 19 February (which includes a Glencairn whisky glass) and 70 kuna after that date. The fair will be open from 15:00 to 22:00 on Friday 26 February and from 12:00 to 22:00 on Saturday 27 February.

Along with a wide selection of whiskey brands that are available on the Croatian market, the fair will also feature a few rare whiskey brands, and several brands that have gained cult status with whisky fans after production of them were stopped. There will also be roundtables, masterclasses and workshops held during the 2-day fair.

At the round table “Whisk (e) y – country trademark”, which will be held on Friday at 17:00, the Irish, Canadian and British ambassadors will discuss the significance of whisky for their countries and how popular whiskey tourism is.


For more details and ticket information you can visit the official website here.

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