Isle of Arran Distillers Ltd - Lochranza and Lagg Distilleries unveil new programme of daily tastings to come following Visitor Centres re-opening
Published Date: 27th April 2021
The Isle of Arran's two Scotch Whisky distilleries have re-opened their visitor centres in line with Scottish Government guidance, as Scotland's islands begin to welcome back visitors from the mainland.
The whisky production sites at Lochranza in the north of the island and Lagg in the south will open their doors to the public with initial access to their Visitor Centre shops and takeaway cafes followed by a number of new bookable tastings from 17th May onwards.
As with many other businesses across the country, both distilleries have been shut since Christmas last year but will be open daily from 10am from Mon 26th April for shop and takeaway facilities. From Mon 17th May, both sites will begin to run a brand-new calendar of daily tastings while no tours are available.
From 17th May, there will be a range of tastings held at the Lochranza Distillery Visitor Centre, giving visitors the opportunity to try the award-winning Arran Single Malt whiskies, including a Core Range Tasting at 11am daily (£20 per adult), a Limited Editions Tasting at 2pm daily (£25 per adult) and a Whisky & Arran Chocolate Pairing Tasting at 11am and 3pm daily (£15 per adult).
Also, from 17th May, the Distillery's CASKS Café will also be open from 10am-4.30pm for a delicious selection of hot and cold beverages and home baking, with a lunch menu served from 12noon-3pm. All tables must be booked in advance, bookings for tastings and the CASKS Café can be made by contacting email@example.com or by calling 01770 830 264.
As well as tastings at Lochranza, from 17th May tastings will also take place at the island's newer Lagg Distillery, which opened in 2019, and will run daily at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3pm costing £15.00 per adult.
Bookings can be made in advance by contacting Lagg Distillery on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01770 870565.
Director of Operations & Production for Lagg and Lochranza Distilleries, James MacTaggart said: "We're thoroughly looking forward to welcoming visitors back to our distilleries at Lagg and Lochranza, while we've been able to stay in touch with them digitally in recent months, there's nothing quite like welcoming people to the home of our Single Malts and tasting our precious liquid on the site it was crafted."
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