Founded in 1832 by the Galbraith family, it remained the property of the latter until 1919, when it was sold to West Highland Malt Distillers. Following a bankruptcy in 1924, it was taken by hand by Ducan McCallum who closed it in 1928. Following this broken dream, he committed suicide in the lake which served as a source of water for the distillery. It was reopened in 1933, in 1954 until 1970 it changed ownership several times. It was rebuilt between 1979 and 1982, but as early as 1984 it closed again. Reopened in 1989, closed in 1994, becoming the property of Glen Catrine Bonded Warehouse Ltd. Since 2000 it has been reopened under the control of some of the Loch Lomond staff and is still functional today. Fun fact: during the 90s, a 14Yo was produced as a core product, an unusual and higher age than the classic 10Yo-12Yo

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