Whisky Distilleries

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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...
Canadian Club is the most successful Canadian whisky brand regarding commercial results. It is sold in over 150 countries worldwide and an award-winning label, offering a wide range of different releases. Home of Canadian Club is Windsor, Ontario, where...
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When Glenora Distillery started production in 1990 is was the first step to Canadian single malt. There had of course already been different kinds of whiskey here but up to that point no distillery had produced in the Scottish way and used nothing but...
The Canadian Forty Creek Distillery is still a real craft distillery, meaning there's real craftsmanship involved: John Hall deliberately runs the distillery on a small scale and also produces rum, brandy, vodka and liqueurs beside whisky. Having belonged...
Lethbridge, the home of the Black Velvet, is not far from the US border but there’s no doubt: Black Velvet is a Canadian whisky, not to say one of the most famous Canadian whiskeys in whole America. The very modern distillery in the south of the Canadian...
Canadian Mist is one of the most well-known Whiskies from Canada and for a long time it was the best-selling Canadian Whisky brand in the US. The Canadian Mist Distillery is not one of those old, traditional distilleries and it doesn’t look very charming,...
The Valleyfield Distillery (aka Schenley Distillery) is completely surrounded by water. It is located about 50 km west of Montreal on an island in Saint Lawrence River.
The independent Highwood Distillery has been producing in the village of High River, Alberta, at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, for almost 40 years. Highwood has a broad whisky range but is still a small family-run distillery with only about 30...
The Waterloo Distillery has long been closed, but not forgotten.
Hiram Walker and Sons is the southernmost whisky distillery in Canada. It was founded in 1858 by Hiram Walker in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. In terms of area, Hiram Walker is the largest distillery in North America. In addition to whisky, it also produces...