Year Two Cask Offer Success

close up of ripe barley grains in a barley field


With our Year Two cask offer going live last week, it was another exciting evening here at North Uist Distillery and a thrilling step along our Nunton Whisky journey. 

We are absolutely delighted by the overwhelming response and would like to extend a warm welcome to all our new cask owners and a massive thank you to everyone who took part in and spread the word of the release. 

Although we haven't started distilling just yet, we are well on our way to making our dreams (and drams) a reality. Renovations are currently underway in our historical island building to accommodate the arrival of our stills. We can't wait to get started this summer, bringing you the finest field to glass, bere barley whisky from the heart of Uist.

Purchasing a cask is a unique opportunity for whisky enthusiasts to become a part of our distillery's story. By becoming a cask owner, you not only secure your own supply of premium Hebridean whisky but also become an integral part of our journey from the very beginning. As a cask owner, you will have the chance to witness the entire process, from the renovation of our building to the distillation and maturation of your very own whisky. 

With the cask offer sold out, our focus now shifts to the next phase of our journey. The renovations have begun, and we are eagerly awaiting the arrival of our stills from manufacturers Forsyths. Once they are in place and Nunton and commissioning has taken place. we will be ready to begin distilling our exceptional whisky from our beautiful locally grown heritage grain.

We can't wait for the sweet smells of malted barley to fill the air while the sound of liquid flows through the stills, and we welcome whisky fans from the world over to our island home to visit the casks stacked high in the stables. 

We are excited to have you on this whisky journey with us, and we can't wait to raise a glass of our finest bere barley whisky together.



a cobbled old stone stable, waiting to be filled with whisky casks

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