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There can be no better place on earth to sit and take a glass of malt whisky.

Richard Grindal, The Spirit of the Whisky
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Sample the ‘Water of Life’ at Glengoyne Distillery.

Glengoyne Distillery

Glengoyne has been described as Scotland’s most beautiful distillery – and rightly so. Nestled below the Campsie Hills, less than an hour’s drive from Greenock Ocean Terminal, just 30 minutes from Glasgow and Stirling and close to Loch Lomond, this traditional, hard-working distillery has been flourishing since 1833, producing a unique selection of award-winning Single Highland Malts, Single Casks and Special Vintages.

The Glengoyne experience allows you to see behind the scenes of where outstanding whiskies have been produced in a time honoured tradition, virtually unchanged over the last 100 years. The colourful characters give an insight into the techniques that make Glengoyne Single Highland Malt Whisky so unique, tempting you to sample a dram or by special arrangement even showing you how to blend you own personalised blend of whisky.

The well-stocked Slainte Mhath (Your good health) shop provides ample opportunity to collect lasting mementoes of your visit.


Extremely attentive to visiting parties, Glengoyne Distillery offers entertaining and in-depth distillery visits and can tailor tours exactly to your requirements and time availability. Examples include The Glengoyne, Wee Tasting and Tasting tours that run on the hour and for which no prior booking is required for groups of 10 or less. While the Master Blender tour and the Glengoyne Masterclass where guests create their very own blended whisky, are specially arranged and booked in advance.


The restored Manager’s House, home to the spectacular Sample Room with its fascinating array of whiskies at different stages of maturation from thousands of Glengoyne casts or take a stroll to the waterfall in the atmospheric glen in the distillery’s grounds.

Also enjoy:

The scenic drive through the historic Blane River Valley with outstanding views of the Campsie Hills, the Gateway to the Highlands.