Update: The stills arrived at Lagg Distillery
Construction of the newon Arran is on schedule
Construction work is going on in the South of Arran. Wie reported in June that all was on schedule: The distillery would probably take place in early 2018. Now signals came from Isle of Arran Distillers that the positive trend remains and that the most important equipment has arrived: The stills are there and their last meters to the Lagg Distillery can be watched in a short video here on youtube.had been built and the opening of the
The Distillery will be opened it will take over the of the peaty range of Arran called Machrie Moor. The Arran Distillery in Lochranza will further on only use unpeated malt.can hold 10.000 liters, the 7.000 liters. They will produce heavily peated , the will have a phenolic content of 50 . As soon as the new Lagg
The stills were manufactured in Rothes by Forsythes. They will produce 20.000 liters of alcohol in the first year according to plan. Work will take place from Monday to Friday in two shiftes – no night shifts and no work on weekends! About 60-65% of construction work has beenaccording to the video clip that gives you some little insights into the construction area, walking around with Graham Omand, Lagg Manager, and shows the magic view over the sea with the Isle of Ailsa Craig.
Pictures: Isle of Arran Distillers