A barman making cocktails, Blythswood Square Hotel, Glasgow
Local Cairn O' Mohr fruit wines
The Malt Whisky Trail sign on the A941, Moray
Springbank Distillery in Campbeltown, Kintyre, Argyll
From behind the scenes tours of distilleries and breweries to enjoying the products of wineries and cider mills or relaxing in a beer garden, come and experience the wonderful drink attractions across Scotland.
What better way to experience whisky, Scotland's national drink, than from the very place it is produced? There are also hundreds of beers and craft ales available to sample. Many breweries offer tours where you can find out more about how to brew the perfect pint and they can also be found on tap in bars and pubs throughout the country.
Browse the listings to find drink attractions across Scotland.
Situated in a small bay near the south coast of Islay near the ruins of Dunyveg Castle, Lagavulin Distillery is thought to be one of the longest established distilleries in the country. Distilling on the site took place as early as 1742 and by the la
Tomatin Distillery is located just 16 miles north of Aviemore and 15 miles south of Inverness on the main A9 trunk route. Visit the distillery and take a tour to learn more about the whisky making process and taste our fine whisky.