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1 Apr 2021

Re-opening of Lochranza & Lagg Distilleries

We are delighted to confirm that our Lochranza & Lagg Visitor Centres are going to be re-opening again from 26th April.  Our Visitor Centre shops and takeaway cafes will be open first of all, followed by tastings from 17th May onwards.  Here is the info on our re-opening below:


 From 26th April

 Open 7 days a week 10am – 4.30pm.

Arran Malt Shop opens. Capacity and group sizes will be restricted in line with Scottish Government guidance on socialising in indoor public spaces.

Take-away Coffee Bar on ground floor opens for hot drinks, soft drinks, sandwiches and snacks.

No tours or tastings available at this time.

 From 17th May

Open 7 days a week 10am – 4.30pm.

Arran Malt Shop remains open.

No distillery tours available.

Tastings available.  Pre-booking is required.  For more information on available tasting times, please see here.

CASKS Café open, 10am-4.30pm for our delicious selection of hot & cold beverages and home baking, with our lunch menu served 12noon-3pm.  Tables must be booked in advance.  For more information please see here

Coffee Bar on ground floor remains open for takeaway hot drinks, cold drinks, sandwiches and snacks.

Bookings are now being taken.  To make a booking for a tasting and/or Casks Café, please e-mail or call 01770 830 264.

 For information on all of the re-opening plans at our sister distillery at Lagg, at the opposite end of the island, please see here  

Both sites will be fully compliant with current Covid-19 guidelines – face coverings must be worn indoors, unless seated during a tasting or café booking. Numbers are restricted and strict hygiene measures are being observed.

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