Clydeside Distillery Tours in Glasgow
Clydeside Distillery Tours in Glasgow

Clydeside Distillery Tours in Glasgow

Come for a day of whisky tasting and learn about the distillery’s history. The Clydeside Distillery is proud to be Glasgow’s first dedicated single malt whisky distillery in over 100 years! The distillery, which is built within the Pumphouse building at the famous Queen’s Dock, welcomes visitors and encourages them to come and experience it first-hand.

How do I get to The Clydeside Distillery?

To get to The Clydeside Distillery, visitors can use either the subway to Partick Subway Station and then take a 20-minute walk to Beith Street, or they can get the train from Glasgow Central to the Exhibition Train Station which will leave a 10-minute walk to get the distillery. If walking far is a problem for guests with additional needs, there are directions on how to get there by car on the distillery's website and taxi's can be found outside of Glasgow Central Station.

Once visitors come back from their chosen tours and whisky tasting, they can settle down and enjoy a great selection of malt whiskies and doughnuts in the Clydeside Cafe or they can browse a plethora of single malt whisky bottles from all across Scotland in the Distillery Shop. There is also an option to purchase and personalise a bespoke bottle of whisky.

To see a full list of all of the tours and experiences on offer at The Clydeside Distillery, please have a look at the distillery’s website for more information on what is on and how to book a visit.

  • Opening Days Wednesday to Sunday
  • Open from 11 AM to 5 PM
  • The Clydeside Tour is £15 per person / 1Hr
  • Chocolate & Whisky Tour £30 per person / 1Hr 30 mins
  • Distillery Manager Tour £120 / 2Hr
  • Private Tours – enquire for prices and times

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