Macduff is not open to the public.
Although the distillery is on the Macduff side of the river, the postal address is Banff.
The distillery was built by a corporation formed by Brodie Hepburn, Marty Dyke and George Crawford called Glen Deveron Distillers Ltd. They were taken over by William Lawson Distillers in 1972, who in turn became part of Martini-Rossi (1980) and then Bacardi (1992).
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The nearest stations are: Huntly (HNT) (21 miles), Keith (KEH) (22) Live Train Times: HNT KEH.
Macduff Distillery is on the A947 Turriff road (which is also Cycle Route 1 at this point) just outside Macduff, not far from the Banff Bridge.
Official bottlings of Macduff are bottled as Glen Deveron - currently they offer a 10yo and 15yo, both at 40%.
Independent bottlings of Macduff aren't that common either, the vast moajority of Macduff is destined for the William Lawson blend which is popular in France and Russia.
LFW, RMW, TWE Glen Deveron: LFW, RMW, TWE
All of the above suppliers have pages under both names - RMW/LFW mix up official Glen Deverons among the Macduffs but not consistently.
Nearest Bike shops - Elgin: or Inverurie or Peterhead
Bike Station 5 Station Road, Inverurie 01467 670111
Pedal Power 29a High Street, Inverurie 01467 624323
Halfords Oldmeldrum Road, Inverurie 01467 627790
Duncans Cycles 5 Errol Street, Peterhead 01779 475133
Halfords Balmoral Retail Park, Windmill Rd, Peterhead 01799 479800
Bikes and Bowls 7 High Street, Elgin 01343 549656
Halfords Lossie Wynd N, Elgin 01343 552030
Photos on this page were taken by me. Click on photo to enlarge. Full size versions of all my photos of Macduff Distillery are available on Flickr.