|Water source||Dronach Burn|
|No. of stills||2 wash (13,635 l),
2 spirit (6,800 l)
|Capacity||1,300,000 litres per annum|
|GlenDronach Single Malt|
|Age(s)||8 Year (The Hielan) bourbon/sherry casks - 46% ABV
12 Year (Original) - PX/Oloroso sherry casks - 43% ABV
15 Year (Revival - will be relaunched 2018 or 2019) - Oloroso sherry casks - 46% ABV
18 Year (Allardice) - Oloroso sherry casks - 46% ABV
20 Year (Octaves) - small casks, limited to 371 bottles
21 Year (Parliament) - PX/Oloroso sherry casks - 48% ABV
31 Year (Grandeur) - Oloroso sherry casks - 45.8% ABV
33 Year Old - Oloroso sherry casks
|Cask type(s)||Pedro Ximenez/Oloroso Sherry/Bourbon|
|Age(s)||12 Year Old (Sauternes)
14 Year Old (Virgin Oak)
15 Year Old (Moscatel)
18 Year Old (Marsala, Tawny Port)
19 Year Old (Madeira)
|Cask type(s)||American & European Oak|
|Age(s)||No Age Statement|
|Cask type(s)||Pedro Ximenez/Oloroso Sherry|
|Age(s)||No Age Statement|
|Cask type(s)||Oloroso Sherry|
The distillery was founded in 1826 by James Allardes (referred to often as Allardice) as the second distillery to apply for a licence to legally produce whisky under the Excise Act of 1823, which passed three years earlier and which allowed for the distilling of Whisky in Scotland. Other sources credit a consortium of farmers and businessmen for the foundation of the distillery though this could include Allardes. The Glendronach distillery was purchased by Teachers and Sons Ltd around 1960 who increased the number of stills from two to six. In 1996 the distillery was mothballed and reopened again in 2001 by Allied Distillers Limited. In 2006 the distillery passed into the hands of Chivas Brothers Ltd (part of the Pernod Ricard group) and in 2008 it was sold to the BenRiach Distillery Company. Other notable owners include Walter Scott, who acquired it in 1881 and Charles Grant, son of the founder of the Glenfiddich distillery, in 1920.
The distillery draws its water from the Dronac burn within the distillery grounds. It has its own floor maltings and two wash stills in addition to two spirit stills.
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- "Glendronach Distillery reopens". Whisky Magazine. Retrieved 18 December 2012.
- "Glendronach Distillery: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 18 November 2011.
- "Brown-Forman to Acquire the Glendronach, Benriach, AND Glenglassaugh Single Malt Scotch Whiskies". Retrieved 22 July 2016.
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