Thewas founded under the Name Clynelish by the Duke of Sutherland in 1819. It closed in 1983, but started again 38 years later after a major renovation by owner Diageo.
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A Distillery.Due to the closing in 1983 the amount of Brora Whiskies is very limited. Today the most available bottles are vintages of the 70s and 80s with about 15 to 35 years of . The is a lightly peated Highland Scotch. There are still quite a lot of independent bottlings of the distillery.of the Brora
Brora used to supply theindustry but only for a short period of time.
The distillery used to distil on 2 stills and the annual output was about 1 million liter of pure alcohol.
The Pot Stills
Theand the are both the same size. They have a volume of 13,500 litres. Both stills have a bowl, but have long been abandoned.
The Distillery.The warehouses are all flat dunnages with heavy bricked walls, which is typical for the slow maturing Scotch .of the Brora
The distillery was built, and the old Clynelish was renamed to Brora distillery. In 1983 Brora was closed and the only things that are still being used are the warehouses.was founded under the Name Clynelish by the Duke of Sutherland in 1819. In 1967 the new Clynelish
The Visitor Centre
You can visit the distillery via the Clynelish distillery.