Dalmunach (ex Imperial) er nu indviet

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3 years 3 months ago #33096 by dmwa
Faldt lige over denne artikel.... Nok en herligt destilleri i Speyside - i det mindste producerer de der, hvor det gamle destilleri Imperial lå. Til glæde for lokalbefolkningen (=arbejdspladser) - så må vi se, om det også bliver til glæde for os whisky-freaks :-) - se www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-north-east-...ey-shetland-33203368

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3 years 1 month ago #33137 by MacNiels
Desværre bliver det ikke muligt at komme på en rundtur på destilleriet..

"Other original features from the previous distillery have been carefully incorporated to ensure a sense of heritage remains intact. Red brick from the original mill building has been reclaimed to create a feature wall in the new entrance area, and wood from the original washbacks has been used to form an entrance ‘drum’ and adorn the gable walls of the new tun room which contains 16 new stainless steel washbacks. A new 9.5m diameter mashtun has been installed which draws spring water for production from the site’s original water sources. Dalmunach also features a unique hexagonal spirit safe housing four safes with a waterfall feature which is a first in the Scotch whisky industry.

The Dalmunach Distillery will not be open to visitors
but will be visible from the nearby Speyside Way walking trail. Great care has been taken to ensure the external façade of the distillery is in-keeping with its surrounding environment and the traditional architectural style of the region, thus providing an interesting and fitting new viewpoint for passers-by."

Niels Ladefoged
Whiskynyt.dk

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