Deanston is housed in a former cotton mill in the central Highlands that dates back to the late eighteenth century. The buildings were converted in to a distillery in 1966. It was acquired by Invergordon in 1972, but ceased production in 1982 and was mothballed until 1990, when it was bought and re-opened by Burn Stewart Distillers. About 15% ... Read More »
A relaunch in fancy packaging for Burn Stewart's Deanston single malt, previously famous as the whisky used in the much-missed Wallace whisky liqueur. Trivia snitched from the Malt Whisky Yearbook: Deanston is the only distillery in Scotland that is self-sustaining for electricity, being equipped with a dam and a turbine.
A 1977 vintage Scotch Malt Whisky Society bottling of Deanston - the 2nd cask they released. This was distilled just 3 years after the first single malt carrying the Deanston name was released and 5 years before the distillery closed for 9 years (1982-1991).