Take a look inside The Macallan’s new space-age £140 million Scotch whisky distillery

The timber roof is made up of 1,800 single beams, 2,500 different roof elements, and 380,000 individual components, almost none of which are equal or the same.

Around 380,000 individual components were needed to create the undulating timber structure, making this one of the most complex architectural designs in the spirits industry.

Ian Curle, Edrington’s chief executive, said that when the distillery opens in June, “we expect this new Macallan enterprise to deliver significant benefits for the tourism industry, Scotch whisky exports, and the economy.”

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One Response to “Take a look inside The Macallan’s new space-age £140 million Scotch whisky distillery”

  1. Sandra says:

    Astounding building, can’t wait to see it in situ.

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