Deanston is housed in a former cotton mill in the central Highlands that dates back to the late eighteenth century. The buildings were converted in to a distillery in 1966. It was acquired by Invergordon in 1972, but ceased production in 1982 and was mothballed until 1990, when it was bought and re-opened by Burn Stewart Distillers.
About 15% of the whisky produced at Deanston is reserved or bottling as a single malt, with the remainder being reserved for blends.
One of Scotland’s greenest distilleries, Deanston is self-sustaining for electricity thanks to an onsite dam and turbine.