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.
Rosebank & Tamdhu - What Sets the Siblings Apart?
Rosebank is not a stand-alone distillery - it is part of the small family of Ian Macleod Distillers that includes Glengoyne and Tamdhu. Learning about them gives you some real insight into what the new Rosebank will be like.
Vision Becomes Reality: The Revitalisation of Rosebank Distillery
The new Rosebank distillery is well underway with the building works progressing fast. With the main structure now in place and the distilling equipment soon to arrive there is a palpable sense of excitement as we count down to the day it will finally open.
Rosebank and Falkirk: Shared History, Shared Future
Rosebank and its hometown of Falkirk share a history. The distillery was founded when the town was driving Scotland’s industrial revolution, and when it closed in 1993 there was a feeling Falkirk’s best days were in the past. Today Rosebank is part of a palpable sense of regeneration.
Rosebank Distillery and The Great Canal
Rosebank owes its very existence to the Forth and Clyde Canal on whose banks it has stood since 1840. There are references to an even earlier Rosebank distillery, but the canal undoubtedly came first.