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Welcome to Whiskypedia, the most comprehensive reference guide to the world of Scotch whisky online. Browse through thousands of Scotch whisky brands, bottlings, distilleries and companies to discover little-known facts, intriguing timelines plus old and rare bottles.

Scotland's newest distilleries

  • Aberargie Aberargie Aberargie Distillery

    Aberargie

    A ‘barley to bottle’ farm distillery near Perth owned by the Morrison family.

  • Clydeside Clydeside Clydeside Distillery

    Clydeside

    The new addition to Glasgow’s distilling revival is a blend of tradition and originality.

  • GlenWyvis GlenWyvis GlenWyvis Distillery

    GlenWyvis

    Scotland’s first community-owned distillery is also 100% powered by renewable energy.

  • Lindores Abbey Lindores Abbey Lindores Abbey Distillery

    Lindores Abbey

    Sympathetic malt distillery built in homage to the adjacent historical Fife abbey.

  • Ncn'ean Ncn'ean Ncn'ean Distillery

    Ncn'ean

    Remote west coast distillery producing a light, fruity and 100% organic single malt spirit.

  • Torabhaig Torabhaig Torabhaig Distillery

    Torabhaig

    Skye’s second whisky distillery is configured to produce a typical island-style malt.

Lost distilleries

  • Brora Brora Brora Distillery & brand

    Brora

    Originally known as Clynelish, Brora has become a cult whisky.

  • Glen Mhor Glen Mhor Glen Mhor Distillery & brand

    Glen Mhor

    When it can be found, Glen Mhor is a punchy, meaty malt.

  • Ladyburn Ladyburn Ladyburn Distillery & brand

    Ladyburn

    Once producing a floral, citrus malt within Girvan's grain complex, Ladyburn's whisky is now rare.

  • Lochside Lochside Lochside Distillery & brand

    Lochside

    Lochside's imposing white tower was once unmissable, but is now missed from the Montrose skyline.

  • Port Ellen Port Ellen Port Ellen Distillery & brand

    Port Ellen

    It wasn't until its demise that Port Ellen’s whisky grew to become some of the most iconic.

  • Rosebank Rosebank Rosebank Distillery & brand

    Rosebank

    This Lowland malt with its gentle, fruity palate, commands a dedicated following.

Independent bottlers

  • Berry Bros & Rudd Berry Bros & Rudd Berry Bros & Rudd Independent bottler

    Berry Bros & Rudd

    A historic family-owned wine and spirits merchant in London’s St James‘s district.

  • Douglas Laing & Company Douglas Laing & Company Douglas Laing & Company Independent bottler

    Douglas Laing & Company

    Family-owned, Glasgow-based independent bottler, established in 1948.

  • Gordon & MacPhail Gordon & MacPhail Gordon & MacPhail Independent bottler

    Gordon & MacPhail

    One of Scotland’s oldest and most respected independent bottlers, and a distiller since 1998.

  • Samaroli Samaroli Samaroli Independent bottler

    Samaroli

    Famous and influential Italian importer and bottler of Scotch whisky and rum.

  • Signatory Vintage Scotch Whisky Company Signatory Vintage Scotch Whisky Company Signatory Vintage Scotch Whisky Company Independent bottler

    Signatory Vintage Scotch Whisky Co

    Perthshire-based independent bottler and owner of Edradour distillery.

  • Wemyss Vintage Malts Wemyss Vintage Malts Wemyss Vintage Malts Independent bottler

    Wemyss Vintage Malts

    Producer of a range of blended malts and single cask Scotch whisky expressions.

  • Islay Storm Islay Storm Islay Storm Brand

    Islay Storm

    Independently bottled Islay single malt Scotch whisky with an upfront peaty profile.

  • Lagg Lagg Lagg Distillery

    Lagg

    Experimental ‘work in progress’ distillery on the Isle of Arran with a focus on peat.

  • 8O8 8O8 8O8 Brand

    8O8

    Blended grain whisky designed for club serves and named after the Roland TR-808 Drum Machine.

  • Dornoch Dornoch Dornoch Distillery

    Dornoch

    Experimental Highlands distillery operating from an old fire station beside a castle.

  • Towiemore Towiemore Towiemore Brand

    Towiemore

    Blended malt created to closely mirror the style of one of Speyside’s lost distilleries.

  • Lossit Lossit Lossit Brand

    Lossit

    Blended malt created to taste like whisky from one of Islay’s lost farm distilleries.

  • Pure Scot Pure Scot Pure Scot Brand

    Pure Scot

    Modern blended Scotch designed to appeal to a new demographic of whisky drinkers.

  • Ardnahoe Ardnahoe Ardnahoe Distillery

    Ardnahoe

    Islay’s ninth distillery and the first for independent bottler Hunter Laing & Co.

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