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BENRIACH         10 years old 70o proof          
Last bottle and empty
CONNOISSEURS CHOICE
Distilled 1969
Bottled 1979
From the Ben Riach Distillery
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

BENRIACH         20 years old 40 %              
CONNOISSEURS CHOICE
Distilled 1969
Bottled 1989
Proprietors:
The Longmorn - Glenlivet Distilleries Ltd
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

BENRIACH         8 years old 62,4 %               
Original CASK STRENGHT
Distilled 1982
Bottled 1990
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

BENRIACH         15 years old 40 %         
CONNOISSEURS CHOICE
LAST  BOTTLE  AND  EMPTY
Distilled 1976
Bottled 1991
Proprietors:
The Longmorn - Glenlivet Distilleries Ltd
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

BENRIACH         10 years old 43 %          INFO      
THE HERITAGE SELECTION
The Benriach Distillery Co,
Elgin, Morayshire

BENRIACH         34 years old 50,4 %        INFO     
PEERLESS
A Unique Whisky of Distinction
Fons et Origo D T C
Cask Strenght
date distilled 11.1968
date bottled 01.2003
Cask no. 2593
137 bottles
genummerde flessen
Duncan Taylor & Co.

BENRIACH         9 years old 40%              
CONNOISSEURS CHOICE
Distilled 1982
Bottled 1991
Proprietors:
The Longmorn - Glenlivet Distilleries Ltd
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

BENRIACH   geen leeftijd vermelding 62,9%        
Distilled 1982
Original CASK STRENGHT
Natural High Strenght
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

THE BENRIACH      geen leeftijd vermelding 40 %         INFO
HEART OF SPEYSIDE
Matured in oak casks
Benriach Floor Maltings

THE BENRIACH         Aged 10 years 40 %          INFO
FROM THE HEART OF SPEYSIDE
CURIOSITAS
SINGLE PEATED MALT
Benriach Floor Maltings
Benriach Distillery Co, Morayshire

THE BENRIACH         Aged 12 years 43 %            INFO
HEART OF SPEYSIDE
Matured in The Heart of Speyside
Benriach Floor Maltings

THE BENRIACH         Aged 16 years 43 %           INFO  
HEART OF SPEYSIDE
Matured in The Heart of Speyside
Benriach Floor Maltings

THE BENRIACH                  Aged 20 years 43 %      INFO      
HEART OF SPEYSIDE
Matured in The Heart of Speyside
Benriach Floor Maltings

THE BENRIACH         Aged 18 years 46 %            INFO
HEART OF SPEYSIDE
LIMITED 1986 RELEASE
PEATY BOURBON BARREL
Cask No. 316
Cask Type: Barrel (Peated)
Distilled 1986
Date of Bottling: Aug/04
240 Bottles
Benriach Floor Maltings
Benriach Distillery Co, Morayshire

BENRIACH         10 years old 46 %         
SIGNATORY VINTAGE 1994
THE UN - CHILLFILTERED COLLECTION
HEAVILY PEATED
Distilled on: 20.06.1994
Bottled on: 10.09.2004
Matured in: Hogshead
Cask No; 1644
Genummerde flessen
425 Bottles
No Chillfiltration, Natural Colour
Signatory Vintage
Scotch Whisky Co, Ltd, Edinburgh

THE BENRIACH   Aged  10 years 46 %          INFO  
FROM THE HEART OF SPEYSIDE
CURIOSITAS
SINGLE PEATED MALT
Benriach Floor Maltings
Benriach Distillery Co, Morayshire

THE BENRIACH   Aged 11 years 46 %        INFO      
HEART OF SPEYSIDE
LIMITED 1994 RELEASE
PEATED EXPRESSION
Distilled 1994
Date of Bottling May/05
Cask No. 828
Cask Type Hogshead
Numbered Bottles
357 Bottles
Benriach Distillery Co, Morayshire

THE BENRIACH   Aged 20 years 55 %          INFO
HEART OF SPEYSIDE
LIMITED 1984 RELEASE
Distilled 1984
Date of Bottling Dec/04
Cask No. 627
Cask Type Hogshead
Numbered Bottles
253 Bottles
Benriach Distillery Co, Morayshire

THE BENRIACH   Aged 34 years 51.2 %           INFO    
HEART OF SPEYSIDE
LIMITED 1970 RELEASE
Distilled 1970 Cask No. 4005
Bottling Dec/04 Numbered
Cask Type Hogshead Date of
Bottles 254 Bottles Benriach
Distillery Co, Morayshire

THE BENRIACH   Aged 38 years 50 %        INFO
HEART OF SPEYSIDE
LIMITED 1966 RELEASE
Distilled 1966
Cask No. 2382
Cask Type Hogshead
Date of Bottling Dec/04
Numbered Bottles
158 Bottles
Benriach Distillery Co, Morayshire

THE BENRIACH    aged 21 years 46 %          INFO       
FROM THE HEART OF SPEYSIDE
AUTHENTICUS
PEATED MALT
Ben Riach Floor Maltings
Non Chill Filtered
The Benriach Distillery Co, Ltd, Morayshire

BENRIACH      28 years old 56,8%               
SIGNATORY VINTAGE 1975
CASK STRENGTH COLLECTION
Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Distilled on: 22.12.1975
Bottled on: 06.10.2004
Matured in: Sherry Hogshead
Cask No: 7216
222 Numbered Bottles
Natural Colour
Signatory Vintage
Scotch Whisky Co, Ltd, Edinburgh

THE BENRIACH  1994    Aged 12 years 58,9 %   INFO
BENRIACH HEAVILY PEATED
Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Distilled 20. 6 1994
Bottled September 2006
Matured in Hogshead
Cask No.06/143/2
CHATEAU d'YQUEM FINISH
287 Bottles
BOTTLED FOR MANUFACTUM
by Signatory Vintage
Scotch Whisky Co, Ltd, Edinburgh

BENRIACH     48 %          INFO
BIRNIE  MOSS
INTENSELY  PEATED  SPEYSIDE
SINGLE  MALT  SCOTCH  WHISKY
Non Chill Filtered
Natural Colour
Benriach Distillery Co, Morayshire

                                                                                                                                                                                                        THE   BENRIACH   INFO                                                                                                                                                                                               Aged  12 years  50 %                                                                                                                                                                                              TRIPLE  DISTILLED                                                                                                                                                                                                                                HORIZONS                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Single Malt Scotch Whisky                                                                                                                                                                                                                      From the Heart of Speyside                                                                                                                                                                                   Limited production                                                                                                                                                                  Non Chill Filtered,  Natural Colour                                                                                                                                                                            Distilled & Bottled in Scotland                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Benriach Distillery Co, Morayshire


THE  BENRIACH INFO
30  years old  50 %                                   
Estblished 1898     
THIRTY  YEARS  OLD
Matured in the Heart of Speyside
Carefully Controlled Malting, Distilling
& Maturation using age old Methods
HEART  OF  SPEYSIDE
Single Malt Scoptch Whisky
Non Chill Filtered
Natural Colour
Distilled & Bottled In Scotland
Benriach Distillery Co, Morayshire

The Western Highlands
Speyside
BENRIACH / BEN RIACH(1894 - 1903) (1965 - 2002) (2005

Longmorn, Elgin, Morayshire. Licentiehouder: The Longmorn - Glenlivet Distillery Ltd. On-derdeel van The Chivas and Glenlivet Group. Eigendom van Seagram.
Gesticht in 1894 - 1895 door John Duff, die een jaar eerder Longmorn had gebouwd. Het was het bijna hoogtepunt van de whisky-hausse, die er heerste.
Reden voor de bouw hier van de distilleerderij was de aanwezigheid van veel en goed water afkomstig van de Mannoch Hill en de aanwezigheid van turf.
De markt stortte in 1899 in, ingeluid met de teloorgang van de gebroeders Pattsion, whis-kyhandelaren en blenders te Leith, die frauduleus bankroet gingen.
Longmorn bleef in produktie, maar Ben Riach ging tijdelijk dicht, en bleef dit vijf en zestig jaar!
In 1965 werd Ben Riach weer opgestart.
Gedurende die jaren was alleen de mouterij in gebruik ten behoeve van Longmorn.
Ben Riach heeft nog steeds een vloermouterij, maar de kapaciteit van 700 ton per jaar is niet toereikend om ook Longmorn te kunnen beleveren.
De ketels van Ben Riach zijn kleiner dan die van Longmorn en de whisky is lichter dan die van Longmorn.
In de jaren zeventig werden er vier ketels bijgebouwd, waardoor het aantal ketels op acht kwam, vier Wash stills van elk 15000 liter en vier Spirit stills van elk 9500 liter.
De ketels worden indirekt met stoom verhit en de kapaciteit is drie miljoen liter spirit per jaar.
De Mash tun is 6,08 ton, de acht Wash backs hebben een inhoud van elk 30.000 liter.
In 1898 werden Ben Riach en Longmorn overgenomen door James Grant die later werd opgevolgd door zijn zoon's P.J.C. Grant en R.L. Grant.
De Grants van Ben Riach en Longmorn en die van Glen Grant werden in 1970 verenigd toen ze met de whiskyblenders Hill Thomson & Co, Ltd te Edinburgh, en The Glenlivet & Glen Grant Distilleries Limited, samen gingen.
De laatsten waren al in 1953 samen gegaan.
In 1978 werd deze groep overgenomen door The Seagram Co, Limited.
Op 18 December 2000 wordt Seagram voor 8,15 miljard dollar overgenomen door Diageo en Pernod Ricard. Diageo vetaalt 5 miljard (= 61 %) en Pernod Ricard de rest.
Pernod Ricard krijgt de Schotse whiskymerken en distilleerderijen in zijn bezit.
Ben Riach werd in in 1999 gesloten.
Ben Riach werd van de Chivas Groep overgenomen voor £ 5,4 miljoen door de Benriach Distillery Company Ltd, waarin Geoff Bell en Wayne Kiefwetter, Zuid - Afrikaanse zakenmensen, en Billy Walker, ex Allied Distillers, Ex Inver House, ex Chivas en ex Burnt Stewart medewerker het voor het zeggen hebben.
Het is de bedoeling dat er September 2004 een 12 jaar oude, 16 en 20 jaar oude maltwhiskies worden uitgebracht.,
Ook komt er een peaty whisky uit, gedistilleerd tussen 1993 en 1996.
Alan McConnochie afkomstig van Tobermory wordt de distilleerderij manager.

1894   John Duf f & Co sticht Ben Riach, de ernaast gelegen Longmorn is al in
   zijn bezit
1899   John Duff raakt in financiële moeilijkheden, moet Ben Riach als onderpand
   aan de bank     geven, die Ben Riach verkoopt aan
   Longmorn Distilleries Co.
1903   Ben Riach gaat in de mottenballen
   De mouterij blijft in produktie t.b.v. Longmorn
1965   Ben Riach is het eigendom van The Glenlivet Distilleires Ltd Ben Riach
   wordt vernieuwd en weer opgestart
1978   Seagram wordt de eigenaar en Ben Riach wordt onderdeel van
   Chivas Brothers.
1983   Seagram start de produktie van een peated malt
1985   Er worden twee ketels bijgebouwd, er zijn nu vier ketels
1994   De eerste, een 10 jaar oude botteling wordt uitgebracht
1999   De mouterij wordt gesloten
2001   Pernod Ricard neemt Chivas Brothers over
2002   Ben Riach gaat in October in de mottenballen
2004   Intra Trading uit Zuid Afrika neemt samen met Billy Walker, eerder manager
   bij Burn Stewart, Ben Riach over voor £ 5.4 miljoen
   In dit bedrag zijn ook 5000 vaten gelagerde whisky in de lij ftijd van
   3 tot 34 jaar oud
Augustus 2007
Ben Riach brengt drie nieuwe expressies uit: allen gestookt van zwaar geturfrookte gerst.
Alle drie gelagerd in Bourbon-vaten, en dan nagerijpt in respectievelijk Pedro Ximinez Sherry Butts (Heredotus Fumosus), Aged Tawny Port Hogsheads (Importanticus Fumosus) en Jamaican Dark Rum Barrels (Arumaticus Fumosus).
De whisky is niet koud gefilterd, niet gekleurd, en gebotteld op 46 %

Ongeveer 4 jaar nadat Billy Walker met zijn twee Zuid - Afrikaanse compagnons Geoff Bell
en Wayne Kiesewetter neemt dit drietal Glendronach nu over (September 2008) van Pernod
Ricard

Van Glendronach wordt nu alleen een 12- en een 33 jaar oude whisky uitgebracht

De voorraad van Glendronach zou van heel hoge kwaliteit zijn, vooral whiskies gelagerd in
sherry  vaten, alleen in de laatste jaren zijn er veel Bourbon vaten gebruikt

November 2009


Benriach made pre-tax losses of 1.88 000.000 Pounds in 2008, the profit in 2007 was
1.95 000.000 Pounds

The 2008 figures were severely impacted by a 5.35.000.000 Pounds impairment charge
against goodwill at Glendronach distillery

Glendronach was bought from Chivas Brothers (owners Pernod Ricard) in 2008 for
30.000.000 Pounds

Also in November the visitor centre and offices at Glendronach flooded for the 2e time.

Benriach's 2008 accounts showed turnover of 12.08.000.000- against 8.13.000.000 Pounds
a year earlier.

The firm's net debt at the end of last year was 15.76.000.000- and at the end of 2007 3.4.000.000 Pounds.

"Horizons" - the 12 years old, triple distilled BenRiach is one of the most unique whiskies
to be released by The BenRiach Distillery Company. Originally matured in ex - bourbon
barrels, the triple distilled BenRiach has been allowed to finish in Oloroso Sherry casks,
and has derived a number of flavours  and aromas specific to the sherry casks.

Located in the north - east region of Morayshire, the Heartland of Malt Scotch Whisky,
BenRiach displays all the traditional charm of a Speyside distillery. Built by John Duff in
1898, BenRiach is one of the few distilleries with its own on - site floor malting, and draws
Its water from the Burnside Springs.

"Horizons" the 12 years old, triple distilled BenRiach is one of the most unique whiskies to
be released by The BenRiach Distillery Company. Traditionally most single malt Scotch whiskies are distilled twice, however during the late '90s BenRiach experimented with some
limited production runs of triple distilled whisky, nd we have allowed the whisky to mature for a minimum of 12 years before giving you the opportunity to sample the fruits of our la-
bour.

Triple distillation means that the raw spirit produced comes off the still at a higher alcohol
strength, and the whisky is more fruity and floral than a traditional double distilled Ben -
Riach - quite different in character and certainly a rarity amongst single malt whiskies.

Originally matured in ex - bourbon barrels, the triple distilled BenRiach has been allowed
to finish in Oloroso Sherry casks, and has derived a number of flavours and aromas specific
to the sherry casks

BENRIACH / GLENDRONACH

22 March 2013

The BenRiach Distillery Company has bought ( with Bille Walker, Geoff Bell and Wayne Kiesewetter, two South African entrepreneurs)  the Glenglassaugh, Portsoy, Banffshire

Glenglassaugh Distillery was bought in 2008 by the Amsterdam based Scaent Group, now
the Lumiere Group fot €5.000.000 with a production capacity of 1.1.000.000 liters og
alcohol a year

BEN  RIACH  DISTILLERY

Mash tun: 1 x 6.08 tonnes
Washbacks: 8 x 30.000 ltres
4 wash stills x 15000 litres
4 spirit stills x 9500 litres
Output: 3.000.000  litres

2013:

Output: 2.000.000 litres
Included peated spirit 250.000 litres
Included triple distilles spirit 25.000  litres

Included 60 % beieng sold to Chivas Brothers for their blends.


Located in the north - east region of Morayshire, the Heartland of Malt Scotch Whisky,
Benriach displays all the traditional charm of a Speyside distillery. Built by John Duff in
1898 , Benriach is one of the few distilleries with its own on - site floor malting, and
draws its water from the Burnside Springs.

The Spey Valley is home to many of Scotland's great whiskies, but The Benriach has its
own uniqueness, which is borne from the particular methods and skills of the Benriach
men who craft the whisky, the ingredients they use, the distinctive copper stills and the
high quality oak casks selected for maturation.

Once distilled, the whisky is filled to casks and allowed to mature on - site in our traditional,
stone - walled, earthen - floored "dunnage warehouses which provide the perfect
conditions in which to age whisky.

Within these warehouses we store an impressive inventory of over 20.000 casks, some
of which date as far back as 1966, and it is from this rich inventory of maturing whiskies
that our Master Distiller has carefully selected the handful of casks from which he has
drawn the whisky to create this exceptional bottling.

Produced in the traditional style, this whisky is non chill filtered, and is bottled at 50 %
Alc.vol (US 100 degrees proof),



Tuesday 07 July 2015

WHISKY entrepreneur Billy Walker yesterday hinted at further acquisitions for the BenRiach distillery business he heads after it announced record results and revealed plans to invest more than £25 million.
BenRiach, which also owns the GlenDronach and Glenglassaugh single malt whisky brands, said pre-tax profits rose by 24 per cent to £11.1 million last year on the back on a 17.6 per cent rise in turnover to £41.5m.
Taiwan's consumers have a taste for premium brands so it'a fit
Billy Walker
Growth in sales across markets such as Taiwan, Germany, Africa and the US helped drive the strong performance of the Newbridge business.
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The expansion of the BenRiach business since Walker and his two South African business partners purchased it a decade ago has been accelerated through acquisitions of the GlenDronach distillery in 2008 and the Glenglassaugh distillery in 2013, and Walker yesterday said that further deals were possible.
"We're open-minded and if something came up adding value and balance to the business, we would certainly consider it," he said.
Walker, the firm's managing director, said it plans to invest about £25m over the next two years to take advantage of the significant opportunities it sees for further growth.
"We continue to make significant strides in brand development where we are concentrating our efforts on the top end of market.
"We are an independent, boutique business and we see each distillery as having 'Grand Cru' provenance."
Walker said the investment plans were being supported by the Royal Bank of Scotland, and he described the bank's support in recent years as "magnificent".
Export markets will be a key focus for the company's growth plans.
Sales director Alistair Walker said the last 12 months had seen unprecedented demand for high-end brands such as those produced by BenRiach.
"We have a wide customer base and currently ship to over forty countries but there is still potential for growth in the likes of Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea and much of Africa and South America. So I believe the future for all our brands is tremendously exciting."
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Taiwan was described as a "huge" market for the company, and Walker said: "It's part of the overall spirits boom in Asia and its consumers have a taste for premium brands so it's a great fit with our growth strategy."
Although there was growth across the company's brands in 2014, Walker said the Glenglassaugh range in particular had significantly outperformed against the company's forecasts.
"Another recent high point was the launch of our BenRiach ten years old single malt in 2015, the first core range expression to be produced predominantly from whisky distilled under The BenRiach Distillery Company's stewardship."
Billy Walker, a master blender, and his two South African partners Geoff Bell and Wayne Kieswetter, purchased BenRiach in 2004.
When the company posted its first full year's figures in 2005, turnover was £4.62m, pre-tax profit was £241,716 and the company employed just 12 people. The firm currently employs 120 people across its four sites.
The record profits cap a highly successful year for the Newbridge-headquartered group, which was recently highlighted by the London Stock Exchange among a range of companies to inspire Britain

Brown-Forman buys BenRiach for £285m
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27 April, 2016
By Christian Davis
The Brown-Forman Corporation has announced that it has bought the BenRiach Distillery Company
Limited for approximately £285 million.
When completed, the purchase will bring three single malt scotch whisky brands into Brown-Forman’s
growing whiskey portfolio: The GlenDronach, BenRiach, and Glenglassaugh.
The company says the purchase will include brand trademarks, three malt distilleries, a bottling plant, and
the company’s headquarters in Edinburgh, Scotland. The BenRiach Distillery Company, which has a
workforce of 165 employees including 55 seasonal and casual workers, will operate as a subsidiary of
Brown-Forman.
Brown-Forman CEO Paul Varga said: “The acquisition of these super premium brands will allow Brown-
Forman to re-enter one of our industry’s most exciting and consistent growth segments, single malt scotch
whisky. The Glendronach, BenRiach, and Glenglassaugh single malt brands are rich in history and we
believe they will continue to prosper and grow in our hands.”
Varga noted that Brown-Forman previously was a minority shareholder of Glenmorangie plc and marketed
Glenmorangie in the US and Canada from 1992 to 2005 and in continental Europe and certain Asian
markets from 2000 to 2005. Brown-Forman sold its part of Glenmorangie’s sale to Moet Hennessy in 2005.
Billy Walker, managing director of The BenRiach Distillery Company Limited said: “Our team have
energised these distilleries and engaged creatively and successfully with the premium end of the market.
We are very confident that Brown-Forman will take The GlenDronach, BenRiach, and Glenglassaugh
brands to the next level and fulfill their full potential, and prove to be worthy custodians of these historic
distilleries.”
The GlenDronach distillery, located in the hills of the Scottish Highlands, was founded in 1826.
GlenDronach produces a range of ultra-premium single malt whiskies and is most noted for its sherried
whiskies.
Located in the heart of Speyside, The BenRiach distillery began making malt whisky in 1898 and is known
for experimenting with wood finishes producing whisky from both non-peated and peated malted barley.
The Glenglassaugh distillery, founded in 1875, is located on the coast


Vibrant when young, it matures well – especially in refill casks where fruits take on a more tropical edge and extra spiciness steadily develops.

In the latter years of the Seagram era, Benriach produced a smoky distillate for blending purposes. The enthusiastic reaction to this style when its new owner bottled examples means a peated season takes place every year. A wide range of finishes – of both styles – is also available. Many of the bottlings have been given Latin names and the brand name has been rewritten as BenRiach.

The distillery is currently operated by Jack Daniel’s producer, Brown-Forman.

‘The best laid schemes o’mice and men gang aft a-gley’

Robert Burns could well have been writing about John Duff [builder of Glenlossie and Longmorn] and his intention to establish a whisky-making fiefdom close to Elgin. His Longmorn distillery had been built in 1893, and having achieved early success he decided what was needed was another  plant next door. In 1897, he built Benriach. Sadly, his timing could not have been worse.

The Pattison crash of 1899, coupled with a downturn in the domestic market, saw a huge number of distilleries (many of which had only just opened) close down. Benriach was once of those, only running for two years before languishing in silence for the next 65, during which its large malting facility was used to supply Longmorn’s requirements.

The upturn in whisky’s fortunes in the 1960s saw Benriach run from 1965 onwards. A single malt was bottled in 1995 as part of then owner Seagram’s version of UDV’s Classic Malts, but volumes were limited and its reputation was not particularly high. As a result, most malt whisky drinkers dismissed it.

When Pernod Ricard took over Seagram’s whisky division in 2001 Benriach was closed once again, but bought in 2003 by Billy Walker, the former production director of Burn Stewart, and two South African entrepreneurs (an ironic echo of Duff’s attempts to establish whisky production in that country in the late 19th century). The BenRiach Distilling Co. now owns Benriach itself, Glendronach (where, incidentally, John Duff was once manager) and Glenglassaugh.

As a former blender, Billy Walker had insight into the true quality of Benriach. A selective series of bottlings, mixing old (from Seagram days), very young (from their ownership) and peated (from both) proved an eye-opener to malt drinkers. It has rapidly become a strong performer on the global market. Today it is back in full production and in 2013 the floor maltings reopened.

The distillery was picked up by Brown-Forman, one of the largest US wine and spirits producers, in 2016 along with the Louisville-based company’s acquisition of the entire BenRiach Company.

TIMELINE

1897
Benriach founded by John Duff & Co
1899
The distillery is closed after just two years, although its maltings is still used to supply Longmorn
1965
Benriach is reopened by new owner The Glenlivet Distillers
1978
Seagram takes over the operation of the distillery
1983
Seagram begins production runs of peated Benriach
1994
Benriach becomes a brand of its own with a 10-year-old bottling
1998
Benriach’s maltings is mothballed, and four years later the distillery itself befalls the same fate
2003
Intra Trading, along with former burn Stewart director, Billy Walker, acquires Benriach and recommences production
2008
The Benriach Company acquires Glendronach distillery
2013
Benriach’s floor maltings is reopened; meanwhile, the company buys Glenglassaugh distillery
2016
US drinks producer Brown-Forman acquires Benriach along with the entire BenRiach Distillery Company
BENRIACH FACTS

CAPACITY (MLPA) i
2
CONDENSER TYPE i
Traditional column condenser
FERMENTATION TIME i
48-50hrs
GRIST WEIGHT (T) i
5.8
HEAT SOURCE i
Internal copper stills
MALT SPECIFICATION i
Optic and Concerto. Less than 2ppm
MALT SUPPLIER i
Port Gordon Maltings
MASH TUN MATERIAL i
Stainless Steel
MASH TUN TYPE i
Traditional with conventional drainage system.
NEW-MAKE STRENGTH i
68%
SINGLE MALT PERCENTAGE i
20%
SPIRIT STILL CHARGE (L) i
9,800
SPIRIT STILL SHAPE i
Traditional onion shaped copper pot stills without boiling reflux bubble
SPIRIT STILL SIZE (L) i
14,000
STILLS i
4 (2 wash and 2 spirit)
WAREHOUSING i
5 on-site traditional, low roofed, earthen floored, stone-walled dunnage warehouses
WASH STILL CHARGE (L) i
15,000
WASH STILL SHAPE i
Traditional onion (ogee) shaped copper pot stills without boiling reflux bubble.
WASH STILL SIZE (L) i
19,000
WASHBACK SIZE (L) i
30,000
WASHBACK TYPE i
Stainless steel
WASHBACKS i
8
WATER SOURCE i
The Burnside Springs
WORT CLARITY i
Bright
YEAST TYPE i
Mauri liquid yeast
OWNERS

Brown-Forman logo
PARENT COMPANY

Brown-Forman
2016 - present
CURRENT OWNER

The BenRiach Distillery Company
2003 - present
PREVIOUS OWNERS

Chivas Brothers Holdings
2001 - 2003
Seagram Distillers
1978 - 2001
Glenlivet Distilleries
1965 - 1978
Longmorn Distillery Co
1900 - 1965
John Duff
1897 - 1900
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