Breweries & Distilleries


Dalwhinnie Distillery

2 Dalwhinnie Distillery
Dalwhinnie
Tel: 01528 522208
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The highest distillery in the land, situated at 1,073 feet above sea level, Dalwhinnie Distillery is open all year round to visitors. There is an admission charge which includes a tour and a complimentary dram of the ‘Gentle Spirit’ of the glen

Cairngorm Brewery

Cairngorm Brewery
Dalfaber Industrial Estate,
Aviemore,
Inverness-shire,
Scotland,
PH22 1PY,
Tel:01479 812222

Open Mon-Fri all year.
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Cairngorm Brewery brews some of Scotland’s finest beers. Tours are available Monday to Fridays at 10:30 and 2:30. To take advantage of a tour make sure you phone first

Edradour Distillery

4 Edradour Distillery
Edradour,
Perth & Kinross,
nr Pitlochry

Edradour Distillery, in the hills just above Pitlochry, has followed the exact same process of making whisky for the past 150 years, making just 12 casks (600 litres) per week. Their production in one year is what the bigger distilleries like Bell's makes in one week. But, because the entire operation is done under one roof by just 3 guys, they have a much closer control of quality, essentially doing each batch by hand. Nothing much has changed over the years at this distillery: in fact, they still have to go into the fermentation tank after the beer (wort) has been drained off and shovel out the spent grains manually.

The Whisky Trail

The Whisky Trail 5

The traditions of distilling and maturing Scotch Whisky have evolved through the centuries, using crafts passed from generation to generation in a continual process of refinement. Today our fine Scotch Malt Whisky is produced in distilleries located in the most picturesque of settings, close to the natural ingredients on which their unique flavour depends.

Discover the best Scotland has to offer - Highland scenery, a beautiful coastline and attractive towns and villages. Visit the eight distilleries and cooperage on the Malt Whisky Trail.