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Glengoyne Distillery

Dumgoyne (near Killearn), Glasgow G63 9LB, Scotland
+44 1360 550254
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Often described as "Scotland's Most Beautiful Distillery", Glengoyne is open all year for guided distillery tours, whisky tastings and special events. Just a short drive from Glasgow, Stirling and Loch Lomond, this traditional, hard working distillery has been flourishing since 1833. Glengoyne's range of in-depth distillery tours, whisky tasting sessions, private dining and unique hospitality includes the legendary Master Blender tour where guests create their very own individual whisky to take home.
  • Excellent72%
  • Very good23%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“single malt” (60 reviews)
“tasting tour” (48 reviews)
“wee dram” (49 reviews)
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Dumgoyne (near Killearn), Glasgow G63 9LB, Scotland
+44 1360 550254
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Just visited Glengoyne along with other distilleries but this is one not to miss. The whiskey is made in the true traditional way with no artificial colouring thus giving a true taste!!

Thank richard4019
Reviewed 1 week ago

You can see this Distillery from the West Highland Way so why not stop in. It was a welcome break to get out of the rain. We have done Distillery tours on our last visit, so it was what you would expect. In retrospect, we...More

Thank bdweave02
Reviewed 1 week ago

Located remotely but worth the drive. Very good tour. Very informative. They have different tasting options so if you are driving, you can chose the tour with one pouring, if you're not driving you can take the tour that has many pourings... and some options...More

Thank Meaghan Y
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My friend and I had a great time during our Gold Medal Parade tour with Joanne! She gave us a fantastic quote ' Rain is simply just young whiskey'. We loved all the fun facts that she told us about whiskey and the distillery and...More

Thank awfsome
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was our first stop on a Globus tour leaving Glasgow, and drinking whiskey at 9 am was not our first thought. But we were offered a wee dram to sample on arrival and it would have been wrong to reject their hospitality. The tour...More

Thank beachqueen2225
Reviewed 1 week ago

A very popular place with several tours taking place almost parallel to each other. Knowledgeable tour guide with plenty of opportunities to ask questions, taste the grain and smell the wonderful aromas. A lot of the equipment is original and is still in use. The...More

Thank Chosen-Path
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

On a typically rainy Scottish morning, we visited the distillery for the Wee Tasting Tour. It was thoroughly interesting and enjoyable. Our guide, John, is extremely knowledgable and entertaining. The whisky was delicious too! I can recommend this tour wholeheartedly :)

Thank Amanda W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a small, family-run distillery, situated just off the West Highland Way between Drymen and Rowardennan. We did the shortest, most basic tour, and our guide was very enthusiastic and funny.

Thank Logo4
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have visited a decent number of distilleries and would rank this average. The guide was fairly knowledgeable and was open to questions, but the tour itself only covered the basics. I have visited much more in depth tours that gave a much better insight...More

Thank MasonBrown
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We took the 1 hour tour. Starts in a cosey room watching an intro video whilst drinking some of their 10yr old whisky. Then you take a short trip outside so if it's raining take a coat/umbrella. It gets hot inside the distillery part so...More

Thank Yan B
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Are reservations or pre-booking required for the tours? We want to stop by but are not sure of the time we would be there. How often are the various tours conducted each day. We will be in the area on 8-9 July
21 June 2017|
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Response from ehelkur | Reviewed this property |
You can send an email directly to them. They have answered to all my questions on the email that I have sent.If you are less then 10 people you can go on the hourly tour ( there is one at each hour) and it takes about one... More
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Are here any good lunch places near the Distillery? Thank you
10 November 2016|
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Response from Appraisal4U | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Up the road a restaurant, I think it was named after a tree. Perhaps the Oak?
I've seen references to "use a local voucher for a great discount " in a couple of reviews. Can you please tell me where to get these "local vouchers"? Thank you!
26 June 2015|
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Response from David L | Reviewed this property |
The whisky and chocolate tasting deal was offered online by local magazine Parklife, but is not currently available. The offer on the distillery website is not much more expensive anyway, and you don't need to opt for the... More