The Falkirk Tourist Trail
The rebirth of Rosebank has come at a good time for Falkirk which is becoming something of a tourist destination. When the distillery welcomes its first visitors next year it will add to a growing number of attractions along the town’s main waterway – the Forth & Clyde Canal.
"Cracking Open The Casks"
When Ian Macleod Distillers bought Rosebank, it bought the bare bones of the distillery and the last surviving stocks of a much-loved single malt. The buildings had remained cold and silent since the distillery closed in 1993. But the whisky was very much alive, and still is.
The Story of the Original Rosebank Stills
When the power was cut and the stills went cold at Rosebank in 1993, it felt like the end of an era. There was a flickering belief that it might be rescued and brought back to life, but such hopes were snuffed out when copper thieves broke in to steal the stills years later.
Introducing Malcolm Rennie, Rosebank Distillery Manager
Time to introduce Malcolm Rennie, a highly talented and experienced whisky-maker, who joined Ian Macleod Distillers in October as the new manager of Rosebank. Once the new stills are fired up this autumn, he will begin making the first Rosebank whisky for almost thirty years.
Rosebank and Glengoyne: Sisters in the Ian Macleod Distillers Family
Having looked at Tamdhu last month, Rosebank’s other sibling distillery is Glengoyne in the Campsie Fells by Loch Lomond. Together, these three distilleries form the whisky-making arm of the independent family firm of Ian Macleod Distillers.