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Barley, one of our M’s

The British governments definition of Scotch whisky is laid out in the ‘Scotch Whisky Regulations 2009’, “In these Regulations “Scotch Whisky” means a whisky produced in Scotland— that retains the colour, aroma and taste derived from the raw materials used in,...

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Brewer and Distiller on Rye

With this years RyeLaw production underway this week, we would like to share an article with you by the Institute of Brewing and Distilling from their May 2020 issue. It highlights our quest for flavour when making our RyeLaw whisky and the unique methods we use to...

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Cask Club Filling with Bodegas Navajas

Each year Inchdairnie Distillery makes available thirty casks of its InchDairnie Single Malt for sale to private individuals for their own use. This year’s casks are red wine casks from the Rioja region of Spain. The casks have come from our partner Bodegas Navajas,...

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Brioni Barley Summer Distillation

Here at InchDairnie Distillery we do not use just any malted barley we use different varieties and types of barley which are malted for us by Muntons, at their maltings in Bridlington, England. We use spring barley, planted in the spring time and harvested in the...

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The InchDairnie Sculpture – Time

Scotch Whisky has only four ingredients, water, barley, yeast and time. Time is the most difficult to understand, many things happen over time when the new make whisky is filled into the cask. InchDairnie commissioned Fife born Marion Smith,...

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RYELAW REVEALED AS OUR FIRST RELEASE

After an extensive and meticulous development process, completed in 2017, RyeLaw was announced as the first release for InchDairnie. When the distillery was first built, the intention from the start was to push the boundaries of flavour in whisky using a combination...

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