Scotch whisky company Ian Macleod Distillers is proposing a massive whisky warehouse on a 20-acre site near Stirling in Scotland.
The £40 million proposals, at Bandeath Industrial Estate in Throsk, will also include an associated blend centre, tank farm, offices, landscaping, access, parking, drainage, and facilitating works.
The company said it has identified the site as a suitable location to deliver a maturation warehouse scheme, providing additional capacity for its operations across Scotland.
Warehouse buildings will store casks from all three of Ian Macleod’s distilleries, allowing the whisky to slowly mature for several years prior to it being sold in bulk or as cased goods. Matured whisky will be sent by road tanker to the company’s bottling facility in Broxburn.