This July, award-winning WhistlePig Rye Whiskey is inviting whiskey lovers to raise their drams and celebrate 4th July at a number of leading partner bars and restaurants across London.

Kicking off the month in style is Dram on Denmark Street, where WhistlePig will be launching an exciting week-long takeover starting at the beginning of July. Dram has joined forces with the iconic NYC cocktail bar Mister Paradise and promises a very special whiskey experience. The Dram team has crafted a bespoke canned cocktail featuring WhistlePig Rye whiskey 10 Year Old, available exclusively at the bar during the week, giving imbibers the chance to experience the magic of WhistlePig in a refreshing, convenient format perfect for summer sipping.

Continuing the festivities, Amaro Bar will be rolling out a special WhistlePig menu that runs throughout July and August. The menu aims to highlight the versatility and rich flavours of WhistlePig and is a must-try for whiskey lovers. This partnership will also play host to a special takeover event on 9th July, hosting renowned mixologist Danil Nevski who will be curating a number of innovative cocktails using WhistlePig’s range of ryes.

In addition to these two lead collaborations, there will also be WhistlePig signature cocktails at Acme, Maison Assouline, Warehaus, and Callooh Callay Shoreditch. Each venue will offer unique WhistlePig cocktails, showcasing the diverse and complex flavours of the whiskey. Whether you’re a seasoned whiskey connoisseur or a curious newcomer, these bars provide the perfect setting to enjoy WhistlePig in all its glory.

So as 4th July approaches, don’t miss out on these exclusive events and the chance to enjoy WhistlePig in some of London’s most renowned and loveable bars.

For those wanting to enjoy 4th July at home with a bottle of WhistlePig, you can purchase the delicious range of whiskies at Master of Malt, The Whisky Exchange and Clos19.com.

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