Single Grain

Scottish single grain whisky is whisky made from unmalted barley, wheat or maize in a grain distillery with patent stills. About ten percent of the ingredients is malted barley. The patent still garanties a continous distillation with a high output of alcohol which is mainly used in blended whisky. Only a small quantity will be bottled as single grains. The maximum alcoholstrength which is allowed in patent stills is 94,6%. You can find single grain whisky´s from every grain distillery but not from Strathclyde.