The distillery was founded in 1975 by Chivas Brothers, then subsidiary Seagram . In 1989, its production capacity is doubled. On 19 December 2001 , the distillery was sold Seagram to Pernod Ricard , which goes dormant production in October 2002 when the distillery is one of the most powerful in its portfolio: it can be operated by one person. Bottling and maturation are not made on the distillery site. On 27 May 2005 , Pernod Ricard who wants to make his mark his first of Chivas whiskey brands, decided to resume production on the site. Allt-á-Bhainne then restart. The entire production is used in the manufacture of blends of Pernod Ricard. There is a formal bottling as a single malt whiskey . Only independent bottlers and sell this whiskey.
The water for the manufacture of Allt to Bhainne peuvent of Scurran and Rowantree source. The distillery has a mash tun 8.4 tons of stainless steel fermentation tanks making eight in total 352 000 liter stainless steel also, two wash stills and two spirit stills chauuffés indirectly with steam.