Taste of Place Spirit & Beer Trail

Scotland's Food and Drink Coast

Wild About Argyll's Taste of Place Spirit & Beer Trail celebrates a wide range of distilleries, breweries and producers as well as hotels, restaurants and bars.

Argyll is famed for its single malt whiskies, with 14 distilleries dotting what is known as the 'whisky coast'. There's nothing quite like sampling the product in the region's historic distilleries and most offer guided tours ending with a large dram. There are some cracking craft gin distilleries too.

Visit Beinn an Tuirc Distillery on Kintyre to see how Kintyre Gin is made. Hand-crafted ales are produced all across Argyll. Fyne Ales Brewery at the head of Loch Fyne is a great place to visit. Enjoy a brewery tour followed by a pint in the courtyard... a great life pleasure!

Where will you go? Explore below and choose as many places across multiple trails - it's all here for you! We are proud to list our Wild About Argyll and Food From Argyll members for the Spirit & Beer Trail below.

Argyll Outline Map

Get interactive with the Taste of Place Trails

Use our interactive map showing the Spirit & Beer Trail to explore our amazing and world-class whisky, gin and craft ale offering. Many of our places listed are on multiple trails, check the the directory list below the map too, as well as the map markers. Let us help you plot and plan your travels or decide what you want to do today.

You can also download the Taste of Place Spirit & Beer Trail Map right here >

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Wild Thyme Spirits

Colonsay Gin is a multi-award winning Scottish Gin distilled by Wild Thyme Spirits in the Southern Hebrides, on the remote and wild island of Colonsay. Influ...

Tigh na Uruisg
Upper Kilchattan
Isle of Colonsay
PA61 7YR

Tel: +44 (0)1951 200082

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Beinn an Tuirc Distillers Cafe

Immerse yourself in the Kintyre Gin experience! Our tour lasts around an hour and you’ll learn all about the story of Kintyre Gin and the origins of the dist...

Lephincorrach Farm
PA28 6QT

Tel: 01583 431 528

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Lagavulin Distillery

Lagavulin is said to be one of the oldest distilleries on Islay and is world-renowned for its smoky, peaty whiskies. The windswept Isle of Islay instils a st...

Lagavulin Distillery
Isle of Islay
PA42 7DZ

Tel: 01496 302749

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Caol Ila Distillery

Reopened in August 2022 after an exciting renovation project, visit Caol lla, The Islay Home of Johnnie Walker. Join us for our signature tour at Caol Ila, F...

Port Askaig
Isle of Islay
PA46 7RL

Tel: 020 8838 9385

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Lussa Gin

Lussa Gin is made by 3 women at the far end of the Isle of Jura, using 15 botanicals they can grow or gather from the island using a unique distillation proc...

The Stables
Isle of Jura
PA60 7XW

Tel: 01496 820196

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Oban Distillery

For two centuries Oban’s bustling fishing village has sat on the frontier of the West Highlands and the Islands, the meeting place of land and sea. One of Sc...

Oban Distillery
Stafford St
PA34 5NH

Tel: 01631 572004

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Fyne Ales

We are excited to welcome visitors every day 10am-6pm for drinks in the Brewery Tap, sunny afternoons in the Brewery Courtyard beer garden and takeaway beer...

PA26 8BJ

Tel: 01499 600120

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Ben Cruachan Inn

The Ben Cruachan Inn, opened in April 2017, is a small hotel with a vibrant restaurant and bar. Our accommodation comprises of 5 hotel rooms and 5 studio apa...

PA33 1AQ

Tel: 01838 200880

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