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Inchgower

The Inchgower distillery was founded as ‘The Great Distillery of Inchgower’ in 1871 by Alexander Wilson and Co. It was intended that Inchgower would utilise the buildings and equipment of the old Tochieneal Distillery. The Inchgower distillery lies in Banffshire not far from the mouth of the River Spey and just on the outskirts of the fishing town, Buckie. The distillery was bought out by Buckie Town Council in 1936, following the bankruptcy of Alexander Wilson and Co. Two years later Arthur Bell and Sons acquired the distillery for £3,000.

During the 1960s Arthur Bell and Sons renovated the distillery and installed a further two stills, doubling the total capacity to a little less than two million litres annually. They also included Inchgower Scotch whisky as a component in the popular Bells blend, the vast majority of whisky produced at the distillery, as much as 99%, is used as a blending component. In 1985, Guinness acquired the distillery, and following the merger with Grand Metropolitan, Inchgower is currently under the watchful eye of Diageo. Despite being a relatively small-scale distillery, Inchgower boasts thirteen onsite warehouses which hold up to 60,000 casks. There have been very few official releases, though independent bottlings are available.

Inchgower 18 Year Old 1995 (cask 9983) - Old Malt Cask (Hunter Laing)

70cl, 50%

Maturation in a sherry butt for 18 years was long enough for this Inchgower whisky according to Hunter Laing. Their Old Malt Cask range is only bottled when they think it has reached the pinnacle of…  More info

Inchgower 18 Year Old 1995 (cask 9983) - Old Malt Cask (Hunter Laing)

Inchgower 13 Year Old 2000 - Strictly Limited (Càrn Mòr)

70cl, 46%

A Strictly Limited bottling of Speyside single malt from the Inchgower distillery. 13 years of maturation in 2 bourbon barrels went into making this yummy dram, which was bottled by Càrn Mòr in 2014…  More info

Inchgower 13 Year Old 2000 - Strictly Limited (Càrn Mòr)

Inchgower 12 Year Old 2000 (cask 9763) - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 46%

Distilled by Inchgower in the Autumn of 2000, this single sherry cask single malt Scotch whisky has been bottled by Douglas Laing for their Provenance range in 2013, with bottles celebrating the…  More info

Inchgower 12 Year Old 2000 (cask 9763) - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

Inchgower 12 Year Old 1999 (cask 8476) - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 46%

This was distilled at Inchgower in Summer 1999 and aged for 12 years in a sherry butt before bottling in Spring 2002 for the Provenance range from Douglas Laing.  More info

Inchgower 12 Year Old 1999 (cask 8476) - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

Inchgower 12 Year Old 2000 (cask 809759) (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

70cl, 46%

A Berry Bros. & Rudd bottling of lovely 12 year old Inchgower whisky, from cask 809759, which makes it sound very robotic. Don't worry, we can confirm that this is actually whisky, not Terminators.  More info

Inchgower 12 Year Old 2000 (cask 809759) (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

Pears & Almonds 1982 - Wemyss Malts (Inchgower)

70cl, 46%

Pears and Almonds. Apples and Pears. Cor blimey - it's an Inchgower we've half-inched from Wemyss. Aged for 31 years in a single Hogshead and distilled in 1982, just 315 bottles have been produced.  More info

Pears & Almonds 1982 - Wemyss Malts (Inchgower)

Inchgower 1997 (Connoisseurs Choice)

70cl, 43%

Not often seen as a single malt, most whisky produced at Inchgower goes to make the famous Bells blend. This is a 1997 bottling.  More info

Inchgower 1997 (Connoisseurs Choice)

Inchgower 16 Years Old 1995 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 50%

Douglas Laing have bottled this Inchgower from an ex-sherry cask filled in 1995. This whisky has had no additional colouring added and hasn't been chill filtered.  More info

Inchgower 16 Years Old 1995 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)
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Inchgower 29 Year Old 1982 (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

70cl, 54.5%

Wine Merchants Berry Brothers and Rudd's own bottling of the glorious Speyside whisky of Inchgower. This single malt whisky was bottled at cask-strength without chill-filtration and a tidy…  More info

Inchgower 29 Year Old 1982 (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

Inchgower 30 Year Old 1982 (cask 6985) (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

70cl, 51.9%

A lovely 30 year old Inchgower with a truly classic Speyside style, this was distilled in 1982 and aged in a single cask (number 6985) before bottling at natural cask strength for Berry Brothers and…  More info

Inchgower 30 Year Old 1982 (cask 6985) (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

Inchgower 30 Year Old 1982 - Old Malt cask (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 50%

Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask range are single cask whiskies bottled without chill filtration or caramel colouring. This whisky is a thirty year old from the Speyside distillery of Inchgower.  More info

Inchgower 30 Year Old 1982 - Old Malt cask (Douglas Laing)

Inchgower 21 Year Old 1986 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 50%

This was distilled at Inchgower in June of 1986. It was aged for 21 years in a refill hogshead before bottling in December of 2007. A release of just 240 bottles from Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask…  More info

Inchgower 21 Year Old 1986 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)

Inchgower 29 Year Old - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

70cl, 53.9%

A lovely little Inchgower which we just had to bottle. This was distilled on the 30th June 1982, and it was aged in a single refill hogshead for 29 years before bottling on the 22nd November 2011. A…  More info

Inchgower 29 Year Old - Single Cask (Master of Malt)
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Inchgower 29 Year Old 1982 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 54.6%

This 29 year old, cask strength Inchgower was distilled in June 1982, and was aged in cask 6975 before bottling in October of 2011. A release of 209 bottles bottled by Duncan Taylor.  More info

Inchgower 29 Year Old 1982 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

Inchgower 28 Year Old 1982 Cask 6966 (Bladnoch)

70cl, 50.7%

This was distilled on the 20th June 1982 at the Inchgower distillery. It was aged for 28 years in hogshead number 6966 before bottling at cask strength on the 5th August 2010 for the Bladnoch forum.…  More info

Inchgower 28 Year Old 1982 Cask 6966 (Bladnoch)

Inchgower 1993 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon and MacPhail)

70cl, 43%

Distilled in 1993 at Inchgower and bottled in 2008 as part of Gordon and MacPhail's Connoisseur's Choice range.  More info

Inchgower 1993 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon and MacPhail)

Inchgower 36 Year Old 1974 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

70cl, 53.4%

A single cask Inchgower aged for a whopping 36 years in a refill hogshead! This was distilled on the 16th September 1974 and bottled on the 9th June 2011. Absolutely stunning and cracking value for…  More info

Inchgower 36 Year Old 1974 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

Inchgower 1982 (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

70cl, 56.2%

This was distilled at Inchgower in 1982 and bottled in 2010 by Berry Brothers and Rudd. Bottled at cask strength.  More info

Inchgower 1982 (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

Inchgower 28 Year Old 1982 Cask 6965 (Bladnoch)

70cl, 50.4%

Distilled at the Inchgower distillery on the 30th June 1982, this was bottled for the Bladnoch forum after 28 years in hogshead number 6965. A release of 242 cask strength, single cask bottles.  More info

Inchgower 28 Year Old 1982 Cask 6965 (Bladnoch)

Inchgower 1998 (bottled 2013) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail)

70cl, 46%

While most of the whisky from Inchgower goes into some very popular blends, some does escape as a single malt, like this independent bottling from Gordon & MacPhail. It was distilled in 1998 and left…  More info

Inchgower 1998 (bottled 2013) - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail)

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