Founded in 1817 by the McLelland brothers near the river of the same name, it has a very troubled history of openings and closings. Closed in 1938, it was unearthed in 1956 by Bladnoch Distillery Ltd, then acquired by Ian Fisher in 1964. Sold in 1973 to Inver House Distillers Ltd it was then bought again by Arthur Bell & Sons in 1983 transforming it into a historic center. In 1994 Raymond Armstrong bought it, wanting to turn it into a holiday home, but, tasting the malts, he decided to reopen it. Fun fact: it is the southernmost whiskey distillery in Scotland. It seems that production was paused in 2008 to cut costs.
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