Glen Scotia Distillery was established in 1832 by Campbelltown’s Dean of Guild, James Stewart, and Provost, John Galbraith. By 1835 Campbeltown’s whisky industry was booming and Glen Scotia was one of the 29 thriving distilleries. Today the Campbeltown Whisky Region is home to just three distilleries: Glen Scotia, Springbank and Glengyle distillery. 

Glen Scotia is one of the smallest Scotch whisky distilleries in Scotland but one of the big names of Campbeltown. To this day, we’re following in the footsteps of our founders, distilling whisky using traditional methods, carefully creating the unique Campbeltown maritime style we’ve become world famous for, including peated and non-peated whiskies.

In 2015 we opened our visitor centre to let the public experience first-hand what goes into the making of Glen Scotia single malts. Today you can book onto a distillery tour and/or enjoy our whiskies in a tasting with one of our experienced staff members. Our tastings range from our introductory core range tasting, for visitor not familiar with Glen Scotia whiskies, to our Dunnage Warehouse tasting, for visitors looking for a more unique experience. 

Visit our website for more details or call us on 01586 552288 to speak to a member of staff.

Fáilte gu Glen Scotia. 

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