Bruichladdich

Located in Scotland · Islay

Bruichladdich, established in 1881, is a renowned distiller located on the Isle of Islay, Scotland. The distillery was founded by the Harvey brothers and has a rich history of producing distinctive Islay whiskies. Over the years, Bruichladdich has seen various ownership changes and periods of dormancy, but it has always maintained its commitment to traditional whisky-making techniques. The distillery was revitalized in 2001 by a group of private investors, leading to a renaissance in its production and global recognition.

Bruichladdich is known for its innovative approach to whisky production, emphasizing transparency and provenance. The distillery produces a range of styles, including unpeated, heavily peated, and super heavily peated whiskies under the Bruichladdich, Port Charlotte, and Octomore brands. Bruichladdich also prides itself on using 100% Scottish barley and practices sustainable production methods. The distillery's commitment to quality and experimentation has made it a favorite among whisky enthusiasts worldwide.

Website
bruichladdich.com
Year Established
1881
Location
Bruichladdich, Distillery, Bruichladdich, Isle of Islay PA49 7UN, UK