Forging Bonds of Legacy:
Glenbrynth Whisky and Nomads Unite

In the year 1960, a powerful connection was forged between the world of whisky and a noble group known as Nomads.

It all began with the formation of the 'Follow the Sun' Nomads, under the aegis of the National War Memorial Health Foundation, soon after the life story of American golfing legend Ben Hogan was portrayed in the movie Follow the Sun.

The Nomads emblem, featuring a bell and scroll with the words "Follow the Sun" and "Onthou 1939-1945," symbolized remembrance of those who lost their lives in World War II, carrying a profound sense of honor.

The Nomads' commitment to fostering lifelong friendships and uplifting communities resonated deeply with Glenbrynth Scotch Whisky, a brand rooted in a historic legacy of craftsmanship and quality.

Although lacking the romanticized tales of Highland distilleries, Glenbrynth's enduring heritage embodies the essence of Scotland's whisky-making tradition.

Recognizing the shared values of remembrance and the desire to make a positive impact, Glenbrynth felt an instant kinship with Nomads. With pride, Glenbrynth associates its legacy with that of Nomads, toasting to mutual success and celebrating the enduring bond between a passion for whisky and a commitment to uplift lives.

As Glenbrynth Scotch Whisky and Nomads continue on their respective journeys, they stand united by the creed of remembrance and the joy of fostering meaningful connections. This partnership serves as a testament to the power of shared values and the legacy they create, embodying the essence of excellence, tradition, and philanthropy. To the future that awaits, the relationship between Glenbrynth and Nomads is a tale of cherished friendship and the joy of toasting to life's most precious moments.