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Inchgower distillery was built in 1871 by the nephew of the founder of Tonicheal distillery, Alexander Wilson. Inchgower was actually a replacement for Tonicheal; the move to a new distillery was because the landlord of Tonicheal wanted to double the price of the rent. The new distillery was considered to be a model in those days. Inchgower was even been owned by Buckie council between 1930 and 1936, Arthur Bell & sons then purchased it. In 1966, the distillery was modernised and its production capacity was increased when the number of stills was doubled from 2 to 4. Arthur Bell & Sons was taken over by Guinness in 1985. Guinness then became UDV a few years later. Only 1% of the malt produced is sold as single malt, the remaining malt is used in the Bell's, White Horse and Johnnie Walker and blended whiskies.

Distillery: Inchgower
Region: Speyside
Established: 1871
Status: Active
Proprietor: Diageo
Stills: 2 wash stills, 2 spirit stills
Capacity: 2,200,000 litres of alcohol per year
Water Source: Springs on the Menduff Hills

Open To Visitors: No

Contact: Inchgower Distillery
AB56 5AB

Inchgower 13 year old Manager`s Dram (DM03)

Inchgower 13 year old Manager`s Dram (DM03)

£145.83 ex VAT
£175.00 inc VAT
Bottled in June 2007 for employees of Diageo. Bottle No. 0622
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