The Lakes Distillery, a leading English single malt whisky distillery, is pleased to announce it is exploring the possibility of seeking admission of its shares to trading on AIM, the London Stock Exchange’s market for smaller growing companies.
Last week we were in preparation for the debut of our Lakes Spring Whisky Festival, and the day saw the launch of our finalised Founders’ plaque fixture.
We’re excited for the launch our brand new, limited edition, four-year collection; developed in the name of our mantra; Faith, Hope, Luck and Love.
It looks like our invite for the Royal Wedding may have got lost in the post, but it’s not going to stop us recreating the big day from our own kitchen…
We’ve certainly began the year on a high! We are pleased to announce that OpenTable have awarded Bistro at the Distillery with a Diner’s Choice Award 2018.
Watch Episode 2 of Dhavall’s Whisky series as the production team draw together all of the finishing touches for our product releases.
What can we expect to see from the Lakes Single Malt? Recorded at the end of 2017, our whiskymaker Dhavall Gandhi explains to whisky ambassador Jonathan Edwards what releases are coming out this year and what this means for our signature single malt. Find out a bit more about our capabilities and how this will be reflected in this years’ bottlings.
‘Every Little Helps’ as our Lakes Gin hits the shelves of 19 Tesco stores.
We’re delighted to announce that the newest addition to our family of Lakes Liqueurs, The Lakes Rhubarb and Rosehip Gin, has been featured in The Spirits Business Magazine.
As far as we’re concerned, Mums deserve appreciation every day of the year… But, this Mumentous occasion gives us the chance to let the leading lady in our family know just how special she really is.
Last year our Lakes Explorer Gin lived up to its name, and accompanied arctic adventurer Alan Chambers on a valiant voyage to the North Pole. As the new year begins, we’re excited to welcome our Explorer back from another venturesome trip to the South Pole! By, we don’t do things by halves…