Loch Lomond Whiskies announce new partnership with ‘The Open’

Award-winning independent Scotch whisky distiller, Loch Lomond Group, has agreed a prestigious, five-year partnership with The Open, golf’s original championship for its Loch Lomond Whiskies brand. The partnership with The R&A includes support of the Ricoh Women’s British Open and will showcase globally the full range of Loch Lomond Whiskies. It also means the distiller’s […]

Free Whisky – you may need to bring some hiking boots!

Get ready to dust off your hiking boots and enjoy a wonderful walk with a unique whisky-themed twist. Award winning Loch Lomond Single Malt Whisky is planning to ‘take-over’ one of Scotland’s most iconic summits, Ben Lomond, on Saturday 20 May to celebrate World Whisky Day 2017. The World Whisky Day mountain ‘take-over’ will be […]

Loch Lomond Group secures important China deal

Independent Scottish distillers, the Loch Lomond Group (LLG), is expanding to China after securing a major distribution deal with one of the country’s leading companies. LLG’s milestone partnership with COFCO, the Chinese agriculture and food & beverage giant, will see the Alexandria based group’s full range of Scotch whiskies made available to Chinese consumers across […]

Are Loch Lomond jobs first to go due to minimum pricing?

Five workers at the Loch Lomond Distillery have been made redundant, just weeks after management at the distillers complained of the effect minimum pricing would have on the company. According to a local newspaper, the five were given compulsory redundancy notices after their contracts were transferred to an employment agency. The company had told staff […]

Profits fall despite sales increase at Loch Lomond

Dunbartonshire-based Loch Lomond Distillery Company has reported a small fall in profits for the last financial year, despite turnover rising by nearly half a million pounds. Turnover at the drinks and bottling company rose from £17.8 million to £18.3 million in the year to end March 2011. During the same period, pre-tax profits fell to […]

New cooper at Loch Lomond Distillery

The latest apprentice at Loch Lomond Distillery has gone through an age-old, but messy, graduation ceremony. Steven Courtney, 30, of Bonhill has just qualified as a cooper after a four-year apprenticeship, says the Lennox Herald. As is traditional, his colleagues covered Steven in water, molasses and wood shavings before rolling him around in a barrel […]