tour our whisky distillery
Tours of our home are quite like our whisky, in that they are rather unusual.
From the 2nd July to the 13th of August we will be on our ‘silent season’, and your tour will differ from normal. Don’t let the name put you off though, as we will be undertaking updates and repairs to our distillery meaning that this can be a rather exciting time to visit as you will get to experience our home in a somewhat different way.
The Knockdhu Tour
No two tours are the same, and we make a conscious effort never to rush those who choose to visit our distillery. Each experience offers our guests the opportunity to ask questions and speak to our production team to get to know the story behind Knockdhu and our award-winning whisky.
Visits take between 1 to 2 hours, depending on the questions being asked. Visitors who aren’t driving are offered the chance to sample from our current range, with drivers receiving a complimentary dram to savour at home.
How to book
We hold daily tours which can be tailored to individual requirement and start at 10:00 or 14:00, Monday to Friday, spaces are limited on each tour, so we recommend that you book in advance to avoid disappointment. To reserve your space, please call us on 01466 771223 or by emailing our Tour Guide, Lorraine on email@example.com.
We look forward to welcoming you soon!
Our traditionally built dunnage warehouses.
Traditional wooden washbacks carefully attended by one of the men of Knock.
The Men of Knock whose craftsmanship and endless pursuit of perfection culminate in our award-winning collection of single malts.
Knockdhu Distillery. The home of anCnoc Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
Distillery Manager, Gordon Bruce.
The Knockdhu Distillery.
Craftsmanship is at the heart of everything we do including this beautiful stained glass window that adorns one of our dunnage warehouses.
The still room. It’s here that our traditional copper stills, built in the same style as in 1894 with their bulbous bases and high necks, give anCnoc its light, fresh flavour.
Casks peacefully sleeping in our dunnage warehouses.