Blackwood (2002) – based on Mainland in the Shetland Islands, making this the most northerly distillery in Scotland.
Highland Park (1798) – until the Blackwood distillery was opened this was the most northerly distillery in Scotland.
Isle of Arran (1995)
Isle of Jura (1810) – this distillery occupies the site of an earlier distillery that dates back to the 1600s. Also known as Craighouse, Caol’nan Eilean, Jura and Small Isles.
Scapa (1885) – mothballed from 1934-6 and rebuilt in 1959.
Tobermory (1798) – originally known as Ledaig, but later renamed. This distillery was closed from 1930-72 and 1992-4.
The following distilleries have closed:
Arran: Lagg (1825-37)
Orkney: Kirkwall (1821); MacConnell (1817-1928); Peninich (1821); Stromness (1828-1928) – also known as Man o’Hoy since 1878. This distillery was closed from the 1860’s-1878; Wideford (1813-25)
Skye: Corry (1816-1826) – also known as Broadford; Lynedale (1816-8); North Dale (1833); Portree (1752-1760); South Dale (1831-4)
Western Isles: Stornoway (1825-c.1840) – also known as Ness, the distillery was demolished in 1844 and Lews Castle was built on the site.