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Clynelish Distillery

Clynelish Distillery

Johnnie Walker has opened the doors to its stunning new Highland Home visitor experience at Clynelish Distillery in the latest step towards the recovery of Scottish tourism.

Located in the Sutherland town of Brora on the famous NC500 scenic route, the transformed distillery adds a new high-quality attraction to the Highlands, as Scotland's tourism sector prepares to reopen after the latest COVID lockdown.

Celebrating the completion of the whisky attraction's multi-million-pound redevelopment and the return of domestic travel, Scotland's most famous endurance athlete Mark Beaumont officially opened Clynelish as he called for a sustainable approach to rebuilding tourism. Clynelish Distillery's visitor experience has been reimagined into an interactive, multi- sensory experience with secret rooms and hidden keys, each unlocking elements of the whisky's unique story, as well as revealing stories of the local people, landscape and culture.

The site's renovation is part of Diageo's wider £185M investment into tourism in Scotland which will see it transform its Scotch whisky experience and advance its sustainability initiative across its network of visitor centres.

PROJECT: Clynelish Distillery
LOCATION: Brora, Sutherland
CLIENT: Johnnie Walker
ARCHITECT: Michael Laird Architects
Clynelish Distillery
Clynelish Distillery
Acoustic Consultant:  RMP

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