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Arbikie is a climate frontrunner again

I suppose Arbikie makes great alcohol, but I haven't had the privilege of tasting their products yet.
One thing I am absolutely sure of is that Arbikie is really at the forefront of making their production as sustainable as possible.
Read about Arbikie's next step in this journey in the press release (see below).
The world’s first green hydrogen-powered distillery at Arbikie Arbikie Highland Estate has completed the latest stage of their plan to be the world’s first green hydrogen-powered distillery with the installation of a new 1MW wind turbine to provide renewable energy. The installation of the new wind turbine means Arbikie is well on track to be one of the world’s most sustainable distilleries, having already distilled Nàdar (the world’s first climate-positive gin and vodka) in partnership with the James Hutton Institute and Abertay University and won the ‘Excellence in Sustainability’ award at the Scottish Whisky Awards Arbikie is now working in collaboration with Locogen and Logan Energy to power their distillery with green hydrogen. It will use renewable electricity from the wind turbine to split water in an electrolyser to create green hydrogen. This will be used in their hydrogen-compatible boiler to power the Arbikie Distillery with the switch having a significant impact on the distilleries carbon footprint. Iain Stirling, Director of Arbikie Highland Estate commented: “We are delighted to pioneer the use of green hydrogen in the distilling industry. As the latest custodians of our family farms and distillery it’s very important to our family to be as sustainable as possible.” Arbikie are working with customers, like Hilton and Marriott across the globe to create sustainable cocktails with their Nadars. Stirling added “Our Nàdar Gin and Vodka are in demand across the world as discerning consumers switch to planet-friendly spirits and our customers, including some of the world’s best bars, and hotels are using our Nadars to create sustainable cocktail menus.” Notes to Editors: Arbikie Highland Estate is the world’s first single estate distillery producing Vodka, Gin and Whisky using ingredients grown on its 2000-acre farm on the east coast of Scotland. It is in the Highland region for making Scotch Whisky and is a ‘Field-to-Bottle’ pioneer growing, harvesting and distilling from scratch, maturing and bottling all on the one location, giving their world award-winning family of spirits unique provenance. It distils the revolutionary, Nadar Gin and Vodka that removes 1.54KG CO2e per bottle and this story is told in this award-winning film, ‘Going against the Grain’

Arbikie works with many of the world’s best bars, hotels, restaurants and resorts including Noma, Atlantis-The Royal, Accor, Hilton, Marriot, Jean Georges, Atlas and Whole Foods. It recently opened the Arbikie Distillery Experience next to the Distillery at Lunan Bay on Scotland’s sunny east coast. More information on Arbikie Distillery at

& Arbikie Highland Rye at:

Contacts For more information please contact: Iain Stirling: Iain.Stirling@

Tel: +44 (0)7967754169 Gareth Jones: Gareth.Jones@

Tel: +44 (0)7967113861 Twitter - @Arbikie and @highlandrye Facebook – Arbikie Highland Estate LinkedIn -

Instagram: ArbikieDistillery and HighlandRye

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  • Manfred Tambo

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    That's a good idea

    • Marry Smith

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      • Joseph Githinji

        64 w

        Congratulations to @Arbikie

        • Tabitha Kimani

          64 w

          Your efforts to remain sustainable are very appreciated.

          • Munene Mugambi

            64 w

            Kudos to Arbikie

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