The first barrel of whisky was filled at Dallas Dhu Dsitillery in 1899 and the last in March 1983. It closed down due to an unreliable water supply and falling demand for whisky. At the time of closure it employed around 15 men. It’s now a museum although with demand for Speyside single malt taking off, there is a lot of interest in bringing Dallas Dhu back into production.
Dallas Dhu Distillery Tour
Enjoy a close up tour (£6) of the distillery making process including malt barn at your own pace using the audio guide.