A brand new Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery is being built by Isle of Arran Distillers Ltd in the village of Lagg on the southern tip of the Isle of Arran.
We are delighted to invite you to be part of the Lagg Distillery story through membership of the exclusive Lagg Cask Society.
Work on the new Lagg Distillery on the Isle of Arran commenced in February 2017 and the distillery will produce spirit for the first time in late 2018. Under the watchful eye of our Master Distiller James MacTaggart, we anticipate the Lagg spirit evolving into one of the world's finest whiskies.
The new Distillery is located near the village of Lagg, in the Parish of Kilmory, on the southern tip of Arran. This area of the island was a hotbed of whisky production, both legal and illicit, during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The Lagg Single Malt will be heavily-peated in a style reminiscent of the original Arran whiskies and quite distinctive from The Arran Malt produced at our distillery in Lochranza.
Membership of the Lagg Cask Society includes ownership of one of the first casks to be filled at the Distillery as well as the guarantee of a bottle from Lagg Cask No.1 which will be strictly reserved for the Society. We pledge no further casks will be sold to the public during the first ten years of production to ensure you are part of a very exclusive group of like-minded individuals. Details of additional benefits of membership can be found on our Cask Offer below.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Lagg Distillery at the start of a very exciting journey.
Our Latest Progress
All of the latest news in regards to the progress of our Lagg Distillery & Visitor Centre can be found in more detail here.
To see a short film of James MacTaggart, our Master Distiller, and Graham Omand, the new Lagg Distillery Manager, discussing the Lagg Distillery as well as the arrival of our custom made copper pot stills, please click here.
Lagg Poetry competition - Now Closed
In partnership with Scottish Field, we launched a poetry competition to find an official poem for our Lagg Distillery & Visitor Centre. We were searching for a poem which captures the beauty of the Isle of Arran, the history of the island or the Arran spirit itself. The competition was closed Friday 14th December at midnight.
The large number of entries are now being complied before being distributed to the panel of judges including Lagg Visitor Experience Manager Faye Waterlow, Lagg Distillery Manager Graham Omand, Web Editor at Scottish Field Magazine Kenny Smith, honorary research fellow in the Department of Scottish Literature at Glasgow University Hamish Whyte, Poet Laureate of Glasgow since 2014 Jim Carruth and renowned chef and author of 'Chasing the Dram' Rachel McCormack.
Isle of Arran Distillers Ltd. would like to thank everyone who took the time to enter the Lagg Poetry Competition. We are delighted that we have had so many entries and are excited to find something truely unique and inspiring.
The winning entry will take pride of place within the Lagg Visitor Centre as well as being exclusively published within Scottish Magazine. The winning poet will also be invited to the official opening of the Lagg Visitor Centre in Spring next year. Two runners up will recieve Lagg Distillery Goodie Bags.
The winning entry, along with the two runners-up, will be announced on Friday 25th January. Successful entrants will be notified prior to this date.