Courtesy of Greg Dillon from the excellent blog Great Drams, here is a list of the lost (or ghost) distilleries of Scotland.
Over the years, comics have reflected the World’s fascination with the liquid amber by having it appear in comic books and cartoon strips. Here are just some of the examples found…
David Gluckman is the name that has helped to define the current drinks business with innovations created over the course of 45 years in the industry. He was the man behind brands such as Bailey’s Irish
Courtesy of Whiskeria Summer 2017 magazine as they spoke with the Loch Lomond Distillery’s Master Blender.
This book is the first by the independent whisky writer and consultant, Blair Bowman. He wrote it with Nikki Welsh, the author of the book ‘The Pocket Guide to Wine‘. This is a fun and
To celebrate World Whisky Day on 20th May, a group of us from Loch Lomond Group climbed Ben Lomond at dawn to raise a dram!
This is a family run micro brewery first established in 2011 on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond by Fiona and Euan. Despite its short life, Loch Lomond Brewery has already established a strong reputation for
This book is by the author, bartender, gin tutor and blogger Emma Stokes (aka Gin Monkey) and it was first released in October 2015 – it provides an easy way to get into cocktails!
A decade of dog. April 2017 represents 10 years since the founders of BrewDog – James Watt and Martin Dickie – started their business in the north of Scotland….the rest as they say is history…
This small batch gin made with rye grain and other botanicals is named after a battle of the Great Northern War that took place in Napue, Isokyrö, in 1714. It is produced at the Kyrö