Local Distilleries

With a selection of distilleries the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and Perthshire are must visits for connoisseurs of (arguably) Scotland’s most popular export. Distilleries with long and illustrious histories with knowledgeable guides to show you around and tastings available. We also have a growing industry in gin distilleries and microbreweries with several local producers.

Glenturret Distillery

• Based near Crieff. A very entertaining day out for all (and whisky tasting for the adults).
• Sample Scotland’s favourite whisky at Scotland’s oldest distillery. Open all year for guided tours, they have a restaurant and shop.

Stirling Gin

  • Opened in 2019 this distillery offers a taste of Stirlingshire with locally sourced ingredients
  • Enjoy a tour of this fantastic site based in the historic Stirling Old Town

Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery

• Since 1898 the stills at this Aberfeldy Distillery have produced a beautifully balanced single malt whisky
• Take an interactive journey through the Dewar’s story, and enjoy a dram in the bar

Deanston Distillery, Visitor Centre and Cafe

• Deanston was transformed into a distillery in the 1960’s and has been distilling whisky using traditional methods ever since. Visit us and experience the sights, smells and sounds of a true working distillery and we will show you how we hand craft our great whisky which is sweet, fruity with a malty honeyed spiciness on the palate
• Located 8 miles from Stirling near Doune and just 45 minutes from Edinburgh and Glasgow, Deanston Distillery sits by the River Teith at the entrance to the dramatic Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park
• Various tours to choose from
• Disabled guests catered for

Glengoyne Distillery

• Established in 1833 this is one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries
• A range of tours on offer including Whisky Tasting and Chocolate and Whisky Matching Tour
• Open 7 days a week

Tullibardine Distillery

An independent distillery since 2003, this is a traditional Highland working distillery where they don’t use modern methods to produce what is known as a “drop of gold from the Perthshire Highlands”. The water used at Tullibardine Distillery is sourced from the surrounding Ochil Hills, which is renowned for crystal purity

More Distilleries

Aberfeldy Distillery is a working distillery that houses one of Scotland’s best whisky heritage visitor centres. Situated on the edge of the Highland town of Aberfeldy. Learn about making this Single Malt whisky and the art of blending, as well as the Dewar family, who started it all in the 19th century

Edradour Distillery Occupying a lovely position above the town of Pitlochry, the distillery, Est 1825, is renowned for being the smallest and most pictureque distillery in Scotland. The distillery started life named Glenforres, changing to Edradour circa 1835

Blair Athol Distillery Established in 1798, Bell’s Blair Athol Distillery is one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland, producing the signature malt of the best selling Scotch in the UK. Find it just off the main street running through Pitlochry

Strathearn Distillery is Scotland’s newest micro-distillery and probably also the smallest commercial distillery. It offers many different experiences, maybe a simple tour of the farm based distillery, or a day spent distilling, an afternoon making and drinking gin, right up to the ultimate experience of becoming a member of the Strathearn Distiller’s Club.

Dalwhinnie Distillery The highest distillery in Scotland. Located only a few miles outside the “Big County’s” boundaries, the Dalwhinnie 15 year old single malt scotch whisky is a gentle spirit, and a tour of the distillery has an original end with a taste of Single malt whisky paired with specially selected handmade chocolate.