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Stirling Distillery Win Visitor Attraction of the Year

Stirling Distillery, situated in the shadow of Stirling Castle, has been awarded Visitor Attraction of the Year at Stirling Business Awards.

The distillery beat off competition from Stirling Castle and the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum to win the award. Stirling Distillery is situated in a converted Victorian building on Lower Castlehill just a short walk from the Castle and has been awarded a Tripadvisor Travellers Choice Award for their gin and whisky experiences for several years.

Boasting over 600 5-star reviews on Tripadvisor, a 3 star VisitScotland rating and a popular destination for coach tours, thousands of people visit the distillery to enjoy their whiskies and award-winning gins and gin liqueurs every year as well as attending their weekly gin school. The distillery also hosts monthly cocktail masterclasses and can be hired out for events for 60 people. Visit for more information.

More than 16,000 votes were cast for the companies nominated in the ten categories for the inaugural awards which are run by Go Forth Stirling BID. The event was headlined by Celtic rock band Red Hot Chilli Pipers and hosted by Central FM.

Stirling Distillery is well known for celebrating the rich history and folklore of the famous Scottish city through their product range. To celebrate their win, Stirling Distillery are offering 50% off tours until the end of March. Use code Winner50 at check out. Book here:


About Stirling Distillery

Stirling Distillery, established in 2015, is steeped in Scottish history. Located in the shadow of Stirling Castle, central Scotland, it is the city’s first legal distillery. Offering a range of gins and whiskies all with historic relevance, the distillery is open daily for gin experiences, tastings and a weekly gin school.

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