About Whiskybroker Ltd

Established in 2010, we aim to source and sell casks of whisky to enthusiasts and clubs wishing to purchase larger quantities of whisky at cheaper prices per bottle.

Please take a look at the casks page where you will see the current range of casks available. If you don’t fancy a whole cask, we can usually provide a smaller share in a plastic container, with 60 litres being the minimum quantity. This is only possible for those casks which are ready for bottling. Alternatively, for whiskies which have been partially aged, we are happy to sell 50-litre shares and fill them into sherry Octave casks, which will have an almost instant affect on colour and flavour - please send an email with any questions.

I've also bottled a few of my more mature whiskies for anyone only wanting a few bottles. See my online shop for the current range.

If you are looking for a specific whisky and it isn’t on our website, please contact us and we will try to source it for you.

If you want a bit more information on what a "whisky broker" does from day to day, please subscribe to our mailing list below. It isn’t as regular as I’d like, so I don’t think you’ll be too bothered by the odd email once in a while!

Meet The Team

Martin Armstrong

Martin Armstrong

Director, high (cask) roller, fast improving digger driver, reluctant owner of a razor.

Jane Armstrong

Jane Armstrong

Director, Big Bad Boss Lady.

David Howie

David Howie

Head Bottler and Warehouseman. Biggest man in Creetown

James

James

Bottler and Warehouseman. Talks a lot.

Laura Flannighan

Laura Flannighan

Bottler, Missing in Action

Robyn Polding

Robyn Polding

HMRC paperweight. Counts litres of alcohol in her sleep.

Amanda Maxwell

Amanda Maxwell

Bottler. Knows everybody.

Barry McNab

Barry McNab

Bottler and Warehouseman. Earplugs required when he's got an apple in hand.

Debbie Conroy

Debbie Conroy

Senior Office Administrator. The English one.

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