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GlenAllachie Distillery Visitor Information Guide

GlenAllachie Distillery, GlenAllachie derives from the Gaelic, Gleann Aileachaidh meaning Valley of the rocks. An Independent, boutique Scotch whisky distillery. The geology surrounding the distillery is dominated by Celtic runes and Pictish stones, and is the reason for the craftsmanship behind the unique branding.

  • GlenAllachie Distillery Postcode AB38 9LR
  • GlenAllachie Distillery Latitude 57.45518° N Longitude -3.22871° E
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The GlenAllachie logo was skill fully designed and chiseled into stone by a local letter sculptor, They wanted to create something eye-catching, rare and true to the roots surrounding GlenAllachie.

The water to the distillery comes from dam heads over 2 miles from the distillery,
Henshead and Blackstank flow into Beachshach Burn, which supplies the water directly to the distillery, and sits on the North East of Ben Rinnes.

The still house has two separate spirit safes which allows each set of stills to be operated independently.

As the distillery was designed to be gravity fed, the horizontal condensors make it easier to maintain a consistent temperature, or increase/decrease to alter the character of the spirit.

With 16 warehouses at GlenAllachie, they can store over 50,000 casks on site.

In July 2018 the GlenAllachie unveiled its first core range of aged single malts, ranging from 10-year-old cask strength, the flagship 12-year-old alongside 18 and 25-year-old bottlings, which have been specially selected by Master Distiller and industry icon Billy Walker.

The range is available from specialist retailers.

The GlenAllachie now has distribution in more than 28 countries.

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