Dalmunach is not open to the public. Whisky Cyclist visited during a special tour as part of the Spirit of Speyside Festival 2017.
Dalmunach has been built on the site of the former Imperial distillery, which closed in 1998. The site was bought by Pernod Ricard in 2005, but they did nothing with the it until October 2012 when they announced that they were planning to build a new distillery on the site. The new distillery has considerably larger capacity than the former Imperial.
Some materials from the Imperial Distillery have een incorporated into the new buildings.
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Nearest National Rail stations are Elgin (ELG) (18 miles), Forres (FOR) (20), Keith (KEH) (18). Live train times: ELG, FOR, KEH.
Imperial is in Carron on the Archiestown road from the A95 at the top of the hill above Aberlour. It is also on the Speyside Way, on the banks of the Spey next to the remains of Carron Station.
Dalmunach hasn't been distilling spirit long enough for it to be whisky yet.
Nearest Bike shops - Elgin:or Forres
Bikes and Bowls 7 High Street, Elgin 01343 549656
Halfords Lossie Wynd N, Elgin 01343 552030
Stuarts Cycles & Sports Goods 32 High Street, Forres 01309 672432
The Bike Bothy 105 High Street 01309 671745
Charlie Millett Dufftown 01340 820991
Not a shop - has a page on the Dufftown.net website - provides repairs and spares - assisted Whisky Cyclist in 2014 when stranded in Craigellachie with damaged tyre and in 2017 with a broken pedal.
Bikespokes Forres 07801 365710 @
Van based mobile servicing & repairs - normally 25 miles radius from Forres, but will travel further for an extra charge
Photos on this page were taken by me. Click on photo to enlarge. Full size versions of most of my photos of Dalmunach Distillery are available on Flickr.