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The Clydeside Distillery

Closed Now: 10:00 - 17:00
Open today: 10:00 - 17:00
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It's a good tour.The place is new and shiny and so unlike our previous distillery tours elsewhere... read more

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Excellent well worth visiting

Having been to many distilleries we decided just to have lunch here. Would definitely recommend it... read more

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Glasgow's stills are flowing again at The Clydeside Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery. Come down to the Queen's Dock and watch our craftsmen distil pure new make spirit by hand, the time-honoured way. You'll find more than you'd expect, with many...more
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100 Stobcross Road | The Old Pumphouse, Queen's Dock, Glasgow G3 8QQ, Scotland
+44 141 212 1401
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All reviews well stocked shop taste whisky sharing platter production process self guided single malt tasting room own brand motor museum making whisky finished product educational tour tasting session own pace excellent guide great tour ask questions
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Reviewed today

It's a good tour.The place is new and shiny and so unlike our previous distillery tours elsewhere, but the guide was very, very informative, and the product sampling (though it was blind tastings of Lowland, Highland and Islay single malts) was outstanding.Worth a visit even...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Having been to many distilleries we decided just to have lunch here. Would definitely recommend it. The cafe is very tastefully done, not your usual Formica tables and plastic chairs. Sharing platter is excellent. More than enough for two. They offered to pack up what...More

1  Thank lynd08
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

And was blown away by the kindness. My fiancee and I didnt have much time so the blonde lady at the entrance squeezed us in for a semi private tour, personally showing us around and since we were going to miss the tasting she gave...More

1  Thank Lavinia P
Reviewed 4 days ago

Not the whole distilling process in this spot - very disappointing. There was actually only a small part of the tour dedicated to the distilling of scotch whiskey. Tour was mostly a self-guided history tour of the Morrison family. Nice scotch tasting however it was...More

Thank OurWanderingCasa
Reviewed 5 days ago

we had a great visit. The tour was very informative...GREAT Scotch. We also enjoyed a great lunch. very good food. The people were very friendly and helpful. I left my bag on the bus and they contacted them and arranged for me to pick it...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I visited the Clydeside Distillery yesterday with my mum and dad .My dad is in a wheelchair and we found the whole building very accessible. We had a delicious lunch then went on the tour with Ronny who was extremely knowledgeable. The shop is very...More

Thank Iona5
Reviewed 6 days ago

No, you can‘t taste their oben Whisky yet. But you can in a few years - and right then you‘ll be able top say ‚I saw them do the first steps‘ when you do your visit right now! Nice museum, great tour (thanks again, Ronny!)....More

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Thank martinajever
Reviewed 6 days ago

The distillery tour is a must do for any one visiting Glasgow. It is educational in that it explains the process of whisky distillation from the water to the market as well as providing a history of Clydesdale’s involvement from it’s inception. The grand finale...More

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Thank Raymond W
Reviewed 6 days ago

The tour started with a short film then a self guided room filled with history and some equipment/tools nice to read at my own pace, our guide then took us into the distillery and explained how the whisky was made. Finally the tasting which was...More

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Thank Claire K
Reviewed 6 days ago

Most Informative Distillery tour ever! More detail and information as to the exact process used st every stage than I’ve ever seen before. And then a great tasting session afterwards, with a large range of flights (paid) available in the cafe afterwards. Able to also...More

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21 October 2018|
Response from Iona5 | Reviewed this property |
Great parking and access for wheelchair users
David M
27 March 2018|
Response from Wendy B | Reviewed this property |
The 100 Riversider service operated by SPT runs between George Square (north) in Glasgow city centre and the Scottish Event Campus and Riverside Museum (south) and back every 30 minutes. The low level west bound train from... More
David D
10 January 2018|
Response from Laura M | Property representative |
Hi David, From Partick Station, it's a 15 to 20-minute walk. 1. Start out along Merkland Street, heading south. 2. After 150 metres turn right onto Beith Street, heading west. 3. Almost immediately, turn left onto the... More