“Outlander” keeps Sam Heughan busy, but he’s finding time to add podcast host to his resume. He and former co-star Graham McTavish announced their Clan Lands podcast recently, and they revealed that they just started recording their new endeavor.

On Saturday night, Heughan posted a video on Instagram of himself and McTavish somewhere in the beautiful Scottish countryside. That makes sense since Clan Lands is all about Scotland’s culture and history.

“It’s been a big day, but we’ve got a lot of amazing stuff, met some amazing people,” McTavish, who played Dougal MacKenzie on “Outlander,” said in the clip.

“We’re still alive,” Hueghan offered.

“We are sobering up just a bit,” McTavish admitted. “We started out pretty hard on the whisky, but we’re slowing down on that now.”

“I’m ready to go again, so on that note, let’s go to the pub,” the Jamie Fraser actor quipped.

They may have been sipping on Heughan’s other new business venture. He is launching his own line of Scotch whisky. The Sassenach, a name “Outlander” fans will appreciate, is currently being distilled in Scotland. The whisky is being made by Heughan’s Great Glen Company. Both the company and whisky brand were tagged in the video.

The Clan Lands podcast is all about Scotland, so it makes sense that the two would consider Scotch whisky a big part of that. In McTavish’s July announcement about the podcast, he promised that listeners would learn more “about the history, clans and landscape of Scotland.”

It’s pretty clear that the popularity of Starz’s time travel drama “Outlander” has increased interest in the country. Earlier this year, it was reported that tourism to Scotland increased by 67% since 2013, and that is due in part to the “Outlander effect.”

There’s still no confirmed launch date for the Clan Lands podcast.

There is, however, a confirmed release date for “Outlander” Season 5. Heughan fans will have to wait until next year to see him in the drama. Starz will bring back the series on Feb. 16, 2020.