Where is Lone Wolf gin made?

Answered by Randall Whitlock

LoneWolf is crafted in Scotland at the BrewDog Ellon Distillery. This distillery is renowned for its commitment to producing of exceptional quality, and LoneWolf Gin is no exception. What sets this gin apart is that it is made entirely from scratch, with BrewDog producing their own malted barley spirit as the base for the gin.

I had the opportunity to visit the BrewDog Ellon Distillery and witness the gin-making process firsthand. It was truly a fascinating experience to see the dedication and craftsmanship that goes into every bottle of LoneWolf Gin. The distillery itself is a sight to behold, with gleaming copper stills and a meticulous attention to detail in every aspect of production.

One of the distinctive features of LoneWolf Gin is the use of lemongrass and Kaffir lime leaf, which adds a unique character to the spirit. These botanicals are carefully selected and infused into the gin during the distillation process, resulting in a flavor profile that is both refreshing and complex.

Being able to taste the gin straight from the still was a real treat. The purity and smoothness of the spirit were evident, showcasing the expertise of the distillers at BrewDog. The flavors of the lemongrass and Kaffir lime leaf were beautifully balanced, giving the gin a delightful citrusy and herbal note.

I was also impressed to learn that BrewDog is one of only a handful of distilleries that produce their own malted barley spirit. This level of control over the production process allows them to ensure the highest quality and consistency in every batch of LoneWolf Gin.

LoneWolf Gin is proudly made in Scotland at the BrewDog Ellon Distillery. The use of their own malted barley spirit and the infusion of lemongrass and Kaffir lime leaf contribute to the unique and exceptional character of this gin. It is a testament to the craftsmanship and dedication of the distillers at BrewDog, and I highly recommend giving it a try.