Strathclyde Grain distillery
Strathclyde is a whiskey distillery in Glasgow, Scotland.
The distillery was founded in 1927 by the Scottish Grain Distillery Co. in Glasgow and is used in the production of grain whiskey. The campus also Kinclaith distillery was founded in 1957, which produced malt whiskey. However, it was closed in 1975 following its sale to Whitbread & Co to release space for the expansion of Strathclyde. By now, the distillery to the Pernod Ricard Group.
Just as Port Dundas Strathclyde also removes the water required for the production of whiskey Loch Katrine. It is fired using seven Coffey Grain Whisky Stills. The maximum production capacity of 390,000 hl per year.
Of Strathclyde Whisky produced is used for the production of the blend. So far, the distillery issued no original bottling. However, there are bottlings independent bottler.