Gin tourism boost from Eden Mill development

Eden Mill has revealed plans to develop a new £4 million distillery and brewery in Guardbridge, Fife. The former paper mill buildings will be refurbished to become the new home of Eden Mill, increasing production of gin, beer and whisky and allow for expansion in the future. The development will be in the University of St Andrews’ new Eden Campus.

Paul Miller from Eden Mill, said: “With ambitions to grow the business, it’s the right time for Eden Mill to move forward with plans for a new distillery and brewery. “We have always been pioneering, and this expansion can open the door to new product development and continued success.

“To stay competitive, the spirits industry in Scotland needs to embrace new ideas and experimentation while respecting its heritage and traditions, particularly with whisky. At this new site, Eden Mill will be in the perfect position to invest in new products and lead the way with innovation. “We firmly believe that this development will greatly benefit the local area and the wider Scottish economy, which is always what we have set out to achieve as a business.”

The exciting new plans include several visitor areas, a cafe/bar, a visitor centre, shop, and a VIP tasting area on the top floor of the distillery.

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