|Distillery Opened||Capacity||Malting Floor||Washback Type||Number of Washbacks||Number of Wash Stills||Number of Spirit Stills|
|1965||3 million litres||/||Stainless Steel||8||2||2|
Since 1785 it was a cotton mill named “Adelphi”
- 1965 A weavery was transformed to Deanston Distillery by James Finlay & Co.
- 1966 The Production in Deanston Distillery started.
- 1971 The first single malt was named Old Bannockburn.
- 1974 The first single malt bearing the name Deanston was produced.
- 1982 The Deanston Distillery closed.
- 1990 Burn Stewart Distillers bought the Deanston Distillery .
- 1991 The Deanston Distillery resumed production.
- 2006 Deanston 30 year was released.
- 2009 A new version of 12 year old was released.
- 2010 Virgin Oak was released.
- 2012 A visitor center was opened.
- 2013 Burn Stewart was bought by South African Distell group.
- 2015 An 18 year old cognac finish was released in the USA.
- 2016 Organic Deanston was released.
The Deanston distillery is equipped with an 11 ton traditional open top, cast iron mash tun, eight stainless steel washbacks and two pairs of stills with ascending lyne arms.
The stills of Deanston distillery have the reflux bowl and thanks also to the lynn arms there is an optimum separation of alcohol. In this way the whisky loses the acute tones.
The core range of Deanston distillery consist of:
- 12 yo
- Virgin oak
- 18 yo finished in cognac
- 20 yo
- organic Deanston
- Sherry Oak
- Vintage 1974
- 11 yo Marsala finish
- Portwood Finish
Image source: official Deanston website