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Clydeside Produces Stobcross Single Malt


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Glasgow-based Lowland whiskymaker The Clydeside Distillery has released their first single malt Scotch – Stobcross – named for the cross that once marked the route to Dumbarton Rock as well as a local mansion built in the 1600s, that was later demolished in 1875 to make room for the Queen’s Dock in Glasgow.

The Clydeside Stobcross single malt was aged in both American and European oak casks, made from 100% Scottish barley, derived from water sourced from Loch Katrine, bottled at 46% alcohol by volume [92 proof] and is said to contain notes of tropical fruits and white pepper.

The Clydeside Stobcross is being made available from the distillery shop and official website for $60 per 700ml bottle.

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