Dewar's Aberfeldy Whisky Distillery

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The Dewar's Aberfeldy Whisky Distillery is situated 31 miles northeast of Perth, 1 mile east of Aberfeldy.

This Distillery can be visited throughout the year free of charge for the shop and cafe bar. There are also a number of Tours that can be taken ranging in price. Postcode: PH15 2EB

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The Distillery has a large shop with a wide range of Whisky from this Distillery and its Sister Distilleries, Souvenirs, and a Cafe / Bar. You can also fill a personal bottle straight from a barrel.

Dewar's Aberfeldy Distillery History

1846 - Dewar's whisky brand was created by John Dewar in 1846.

1890s - Dewar's had become a leading brand around the World.

1896 - the Aberfeldy Distillery was founded by the John Dewar & Sons.

1917 to 1919 - the distillery was shut down during World War I.

1925 - Dewar's merged with the Distillers Company.

1940s - the Second World War also led to the distillery being shut down for a few years.

1972 - the distillery was enlarged with four new steam heated stills installed.

1986 - Distillers Company was taken over by Guinness.

1997 - Guinness merged with Grand Metropolitan forming Diageo.

1998 - Bacardi bought Dewar's.

1999 - an Aberfeldy 12 Year Old Single Malt brand was produced.

2000 - the Earl of Elgin opened the Dewar's World of Whisky visitor centre at the Aberfeldy Distillery.

For a list of all Distillers in Scotland that can be visited, view the page. Whisky Distillers.

Official website:
dewars.com

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