From the source of the water to the shape of the still, a
distillery tour will help to explain what makes every Scotch Whisky
different. No two distilleries are the same. Each has a unique
setting and story, as well as a distinctive way of doing
things that has evolved over many years. Visiting a distillery
allows you to indulge your passion for Scotch and, at the same
time, discover the environment and meet the people that have done
so much to shape that instantly recognisable taste.
Many distilleries welcome visits by members of the public. It is
often necessary to make arrangements in advance, but many
distilleries have extensive visitor facilities and do not require
prior warning of a visit.
No matter which distillery you choose to
visit - be it island, mainland, large or small - you can expect
great Scotch Whisky, a warm Scottish welcome, and a fabulous day
Distilleries to Visit provides information on our member's
distilleries and visitor centres open to the public, including
opening times and the availability of disabled facilities.