This distillery is committed to making single malt whisky and has been doing that for more than a hundred years running.
An hour tour of the site will give you an insight into the distillery culture and the processes of whisky distillation as carried out here.
The Clydeside tour admits children from as low as 0- 7 years for free. Beyond that, a fee is incurred. There will be a free gift of dram glass after the tour.
The distillery tour is of three parts
The Dockside Story is where you will learn the history of the distillery as well as of Glasgow via short video footages and animations.
The next part, you will be accompanied by a guide around the distillery where you will meet the hardworking distillers and learn the traditional process involved in making of single malt whisky.
The final part of the tour is the part where you can taste a dram (actually three wee drams) at the tasting room. You may also decide to purchase whichever you like and take home.
From Glasgow city centre, this distillery is just 10 minutes and there’s free parking space. They also admit physically challenged individuals.
The distillery also holds evening events for around a hundred to two hundred people at their wonderful event venue. These events would be galore of Scottish wine, whisky, cuisines and many more.
Call +44 (0) 141 212 1401 for event planning at The Clydeside distillery.
Visitors with Satnav should input G3 8QQ into the postcode.
If you’re driving, from M8, just get to junction 19 and travel due west along A894 for just one mile. Then turn right onto A814 and head for Clydebank after the exit. Follow the left lane towards B808 and then take left onto Stobcross road.
If you’re coming on foot, The Clydeside Distillery is a 40 minutes’ walk from Glasgow city centre. It is along River Clyde, nestled in between Riverside Museum and SEC.
From the Patrick subway station, your destination is just a 20minute walk through Beith Street.
By train, when you get to Exhibition Train Station, your destination is just a 10-minute walk away. Just follow signs for SEC and you will find the distillery.
If you are coming by flight, from Edinburgh airport, you will drive for 50 minutes to get here and from Glasgow airport, you will drive for just 15 minutes.