Update No2 3rd February 2016

A lot of people have been asking us about the our crowdfunding, part of which will be octave (50 litre casks) sales.   We are holding back on launching the crowdfunding until we get the go ahead on the building warrant and licensing, both of which *should* be granted within 30 days or so.   After that, it’s all go, we can commission and pay deposits on big ticket items, begin converting the building and launch the crowdfunding.

Feb 2014. Simon working on his own custom batch at Strathearn Distillery. Marris Otter barley, 2 week fermentation in wood using an old brewers yeast used at some distilleries in the 1960's. spirit cuts by the PWWT committee.

Feb 2014. Simon working on his own custom batch at Strathearn Distillery. Marris Otter barley, 2 week fermentation in wood using an old brewers yeast used at some distilleries in the 1960's. spirit cuts by the PWWT committee.

In the mean-time we are making sure that all our pieces are in place so that we can move fast and efficiently once all the boxes are ticked.

Did we mention we have a bar too?

Did we mention we have a bar too?

I’ve been contacted by the warehousing department the National Registration Unit and the Duty Stamps DS1 is processed but is waiting on the warehousing, so there is progress on that side of things.

Am I the only person who gets excited when post comes in from HMRC?

Am I the only person who gets excited when post comes in from HMRC?

Our wee facebook page https://www.facebook.com/dornochdistillery has gained a lot of likes since Sunday and some words of support from people all over the world who believe in us.  I hope we can live up to the expectations of those who miss the old style.