Isle of Arran Distillers proposes second site

27 April, 2016

The Isle of Arran Distillers has submitted its final application for a proposed second site on the island as it continues to grow in size and popularity.

The new site on the south coast of the island, created by Ayr-based architects Denham and Benn, will include a visitor centre and pot stills for distillation and warehousing, which will allow enough capacity to increase production to 1.2 million litres. 

Euan Mitchell, managing director of Isle of Arran Distillers Ltd, said: “This final application is the first step towards the next age of the distillery. The past 21 years has seen the ‘Arran Waters’ flow around the world. He added that the company has “big ambitions to continue to expand our business.”

In its 21st year, the Isle of Arran Distillers has been increasing its capacity and capability to meet the rising demand for its award-winning Single malts. 


Nick Strangeway


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