The 11th Annual Whisky Festival at Opal Divine's

Opal Divine's Penn Field Location hosts fest

The 11th Annual Merry Maltster Whisky Festival is back at Opal Divine's. This is the holy grail for fans of Single Malts and blended Scotch and Irish whiskys. Not only will you have the chance to taste over 65 whiskys, in many cases the brand ambassadors will be there to answer your questions.

Opal Divine's main whisky guy Michael Parker (photo by John Anderson)

The ticket price of $40 ($45/door) will include plated hors d'oeuvres, Scottish style salmon, and a sampling of fruits, cheeses, and smoked meats that complement the Scotch. This is one of Austin’s finest liquor events and must be attended by anyone who fancies themselves a whisky lover. The event is on December 5, from 7pm-10pm. Tickets are available at and all proceeds benefit Meals on Wheels.

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