GlenDronach Distillery, Forgue, Aberdeenshire.

This evening, I am posting information on GlenDronach Distillery, Forgue, N.E. Scotland.

Glendronach has a history dating back to 1826 subsequent to which it has been subject to numerous ownership changes culminating in a sale in 2016 to Brown Forman (U.S.A.) as a result of which GlenDronach is now in the same family as Jack Daniel’s and Benriach.

The Distillery has four stills (two wash and two spirit) and an annual capacity of 1.4m litres p.a. The spirit is sherry- matured although a small amount of peated whisky has been produced and matured in bourbon casks.

Core single malt range comprises The Hielan 8 years, Original 12 years, Allardice 18 years, Parliament 21 years and Grandeur 25 years. The peated GlenDronach appeared in 2015.

GlenDronach malt is classified as Highlands Region.

There is a visitor centre and regular tours.

Warehouses at GlenDronach

Collecting Draff

Still House