The Clydeside Distillery is a distinctive single malt Scotch whisky distillery and visitor experience in the heart of Glasgow, and will become an exceptional addition to Glasgow’s leading visitor attractions.
Based in The Pumphouse, the distillery will be able to tell the story of the city’s influence on Scotland’s whisky industry while preserving the heritage of one of the city’s most iconic landmarks.
Members of the Glasgow Distillery senior team include:
Distillery Manager, Alistair McDonald has joined the team from nearby Auchentoshan distillery, to oversee all aspects of whisky production and is supported by Bridgeen Mullen as Visitor Centre Manager.
The distillery site, on the banks of the River Clyde at The Queens Dock, was built by John Morrison of Morrison and Mason, and was a vast commercial wet dock opened by Queen Victoria in 1877.
Morrison and Mason also built the City Chambers Building and General Post Office on George Square, The Clyde Navigation Trust Building, now Clydeport, Ruchill Hospital and Paisley Town Hall amongst many more.
The Queens Dock closed in 1969 and was subsequently in-filled to create the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre site.
The Clydeside Distillery
The Pumphouse, Stobcross Road
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