The Bruichladdich Distillery is located on the Rhinns Peninsula on the Scottish Islay Island.
It is the only fully independent distillery. Bottling takes place in the plant, and since 2004, malt is used for production, which is made from barley grown on the Islay Island.
The distillery was established in 1881 by brothers Robert William and John Gourlay Harvey. The plant is located on the shores of Loch Indaal. For many years, the distillery has been using the same equipment for production, thanks to which the distillery itself has an amazing atmosphere.
Machines and devices that are used to produce whisky have been completely removed and refurbished by local mechanics, and in the entire distillery, nobody except the office workers uses a single computer.