The following is a list of active and former distilleries for whisky arranged by country of origin, state/county and status were known.


Thirteen large distilleries produce over 99% of whiskey made in the US. Barton, Booker Noe, Brown-Forman, Buffalo Trace, Four Roses, George Dickel, Heaven Hill, Jack Daniel's, Jim Beam, Lawrenceburg Distillers Indiana, Maker's Mark, Wild Turkey, and Woodford Reserve.


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A small number of distilleries used to be located in England but all were shut down by the 1940s. But in the early 2000s a few micro distilleries have been started up, and are laying down product, initially for release to investors prior to production bottling's when it matures.


There are currently two operational distilleries in Finland. Panimoravintola Beer Hunter's and Teerenpeli Distillery and Brewery


There are a number of distilleries in India, the largest being Amrut Distilleries, John Distilleries, Khoday India Limited, Mohan Meakin, Radico Khaitan and United Spirits Limited.



Distillery Map of Japan

  • Yoichi (Nikka) - Hokkaido
  • Miyagikyou (Nikka) - Miyagiken Sendaishi
  • Yamazaki (Suntory) - Shimamoto, Osaka prefecture
  • Fuji Gotemba (Kirin Seagram Ltd.) - Gotemba, Shizuoka prefecture
  • Hakushu (Suntory) - Yamanashi prefecture
  • Shinshu - now inactive
  • Hanyu (Chichibu) - now defunct
  • Shirakawa - now defunct
  • Karuizawa
  • Kagoshima (Satsuma) - now defunct
  • Monde
  • Chichibu
  • White Oak Whisky
  • Nishinomiya - now defunct


Arran Distillery, Lochranza , Isle of Arran

The new Arran Distillery started in 1995

Main article: List of distilleries in Scotland


New distilleries have been started in recent years.


There are several other whiskey producing countries around the world with local distilleries.

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