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  • A long shot across fields of Ardbeg distillery with the sea and hills in the distance
    Ardbeg Distillery, south coast of the island of Islay
  • Bowmore jetty, looking across to the distillery, Islay
    Bowmore jetty, looking across to the distillery, Islay
  • Looking along the coastal distillery buildings and jetty with hills in the background
    Bunnahabhain Distillery on the south coast of Islay
  • A row of barrels at Springbank Distillery, Campbeltown
    Springbank Distillery, Campbeltown

Discover the home of Scotland's whisky coast where historic distilleries produce Scotland's national drink and unique beers and ales are brewed. Whether you want to enjoy a dram overlooking the region's rugged coast, or learn more about the distillation or brewing process on a behind the scenes tour, the drink attractions in Argyll & The Isles can offer all this and more.

Whiskies

With 14 distilleries across the region, it's little wonder that whisky lovers are so spoilt for choice when they visit Argyll & The Isles. From the peaty notes of Islay whiskies to the distinctive flavours of Mull, Jura, Oban and Campbelltown, where better to enjoy Scotland's national drink. Learn more about the distilleries in the area..

Beers and ales

As well as the wonderful whisky coast, Argyll & The Isles also produces many fine craft ales. Sample quality ales such as Avalanche and Holly Daze from the independent Fyne Ales at Cairndow or try the wonderfully named Puggled Stout from Oban Bay Brewery. The two-and-a-half hour ferry ride from Oban will take you to the tiny island of Colonsay which is home to the world’s smallest island brewery, where you can sample delicious beers and ales.

It may be better know for its whisky, but the Isle of Islay is also home to Islay Ales, the only brewery on the island. Don't miss the excellent selection of handcrafted ales including the award-winning Black Rock Ale.

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  1. Bunnahabhain Distillery

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    Distilleries

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    • 3 Visitor Attraction
    3 Visitor Attraction

    Islay

    This remote distillery on the Isle of Islay is one of the most unique on the island.

  2. Craignure Producers' Markets

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    Farmers Markets & Shops

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    Craignure & South Mull

    A small and very friendly monthly producers' market where visitors and locals meet and chat over the best of Mull's local produce. The markets also include a cafe with delicious home made cakes & snacks as well as chef demos showcasing the produce!

  3. Gradings

    Inveraray

    Welcome to Inveraray Woollen Mill - Coffee Shop

  4. Tobermory Distillery

    Type

    Distilleries

    Gradings

    Tobermory & North Mull

    Welcome to Tobermory Distillery

  5. Laphroaig Distillery

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    Distilleries

    Gradings

    Port Ellen

    See where the world’s most richly flavoured whisky is produced in the Isle of Islay.

  6. Tartan Tours

    Type

    Historical Tour

    Gradings

    Oban

    Welcome to Tartan tours

  7. Isle of Jura Distillery

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    Distilleries

    Gradings

    Jura

    Visit this small distillery located on one of Scotland’s most spectacular but remote islands.

  8. Gradings

    • 3 Visitor Attraction
    3 Visitor Attraction

    Port Askaig

    Sheltered in a hidden bay just north of Port Askaig, is set amongst stunning scenery is now the largest malt whisky distillery on Islay.

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