Distilleries of the company

George Dickel Distillery is situated at Cascade Hollow/Tullahoma in Tennessee. It doesn't produce Bourbon, as the distillery proudly declares on its homepage, but Tennessee Whiskey. Well, in fact, George Dickel Whisky is a Straight Bourbon Whiskey that is...
When Icelandic immigrants settled at Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba in the 19th century, they were glad to have escaped from the volcanoes of their homeland. They called their settlement 'Gimli', which means 'safe haven from hellfire' in Icelandic. They surely...
Glen Elgin Distillery, which sits in the Speyside region of Scotland, has a selection of official and independent bottlings for Whisky aficionados to choose from. The distillery’s official range consisted of a 12 year old, 16 year old, 20 year old and 32...
Glen Esk liegt in Montrose, ein Ort in den schottischen Highlands. Seit 1985 ist die Brennerei jedoch geschlossen.
Thomas Mackenzie founded Glen Ord distillery in 1838. Clan MacKenzie has featured heavily in the history and development of the Glen Ord distillery. The distillery lies in the Muir of Ord in the Norther Highlands.
Glen Spey is named after the River Spey in the region. It is one of the five distilleries in the city of Rothes.
Glendullan was the last distillery built in the city of Dufftown. It was established in the year 1897 by William Williams.
Glenkinchie is often known as the Edinburgh Malt, due to it’s close proximity to Scotland’s capital. It is one of the last three distilleries in the Scottish Lowlands.
Glenlossie is a comlex of two distilleries. The Glenlossie and the Mannochmore distillery. They have two still houses and are used one after another. But they share the same warehouse.
Glenury Royal was founded in the year 1825 in the eastern Highlands by Robert Barclay. Unfortunately it is closed since 1985.
Inchgower was built in 1871 by Alexander Wilson & Company to replace the Tochineal distillery. The original equipment from Tochineal was even used in the establishment of the site.
The distillery was founded in 1898 by John Thompson, and administered by the Knockando-Glenlivet Distillery Company. The acclaimed Whisky architect Charles Doig designed the site. The name of the distillery comes from the Gaelic 'Cnoc-an-dhu', meaning...
The Lagavulin is located on the Isle of Islay. It's directly between Ardbeg and Laphroaig. Lagavulin is Galic and means "hollow by the mill". Read more about it below.↓
Peter Brown founded the distillery in 1821. At its inception, the site had only two stills, and Whisky operation wasn't entirely legal yet. The distillery formally began operations in 1825, after Whisky distillation was legalized. Brown's original...
Scottish Malt Distillers founded Mannochmore distillery in 1971. The site was managed by John Haig & Company Limited until 1985, at which point it was mothballed due to the big british recession.