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Aberdeen City and Shire is home to some of the country's most historic distilleries and you can learn more about the distilling process at the fascinating visitor centres and on guided tours. You can also discover the region's distinctive handcrafted ales at some fantastic breweries.
Discover unique whiskies and learn distilling secrets with a tour of the distilleries across Aberdeen City and Shire. Whisky lovers will find something to suit them including the regal connections of Royal Lochnagar and the rich flavours of GlenDronach, to name but a few. Find out more about whisky in the region.
From Deeside Brewery's golden ale Macbeth, to the quirky and strong Tactical Nuclear Penguin from Brewdog, craft beers are big business in Aberdeen City and Shire. Look out for the excellent selection of drinks menus across the region.
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Take a look around one of Scotland's oldest working distilleries and discover the history and traditions of single malt whisky.
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Royal Lochnagar distillery is situated on the south side of the River Dee close to Balmoral Castle. Age old traditions and craftmanship produce one of Scotland's most exclusive whiskies. A visit to Royal Lochnagar is a timeless experience.
Fettercairn Distillery has been in operation since 1824, making it one of Scotland's oldest malt whisky distilleries.
Established in 1797, Glen Garioch, (pronounced 'Geery') is Scotland's most easterly distillery and is situated in the historic old town of Oldmeldrum near Aberdeen.
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Enjoy the stunning views over Sandend bay while you hear about the history of Glenglassaugh and get to see first-hand the traditional distilling methods still used at the distillery.