Stirling Distillery Casks Sales Sell Out for 2023

Stirling Distillery, situated in the shadow of Stirling Castle, announced they have sold out of single malt casks for 2023.

The distillery are offering whisky enthusiasts an opportunity to be part of their whisky journey by purchasing their very own cask of Stirling Distillery single malt whisky, direct from source. Each year the distillery have a range of cask types available which include bourbon, dark rum and sherry casks. Each will add to the gentle flavour of their Stirling new-make spirit to create a perfectly balanced whisky.

The distillery have selected wood for their casks from locations all over the world to ensure the best flavour experience for their customers. Casks will be left to rest for up to 10 years in a cool, traditional dunnage warehouse in the Scottish lowlands in view of Stirling Castle.

They have been overwhelmed with interest in their casks since they launched in 2022. There are only a limited number available for order each year, and the distillery have now reached capacity for 2023 and are now taking pre-order requests for 2024. Anyone interested should visit the distillery website: to find out more.

Stirling Distillery is putting Stirling back on the Scottish whisky map as whisky hasn’t been produced in the city since 1852 when the original Stirling Distillery closed its doors.

They are offering access to an exclusive cask club with the distillery where you can join an exclusive whisky membership and receive first refusal of all the distillery’s new releases, as well as receive their limited edition VI Casks for King James six bottle whisky set.

Stirling Distillery is well known for celebrating the rich history and folklore of the famous Scottish city through their product range and their King James whisky and cask club is no different. Find out more and shop online at


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