Founded with the name of Kilnflat in 1829, some rumors date it back as far as 1810 by William Paul, an illegal distiller. Closed in 1870 it was reopened in 1878 by the new owner Charles Kay, after a long series of changes of ownership it was suspended from 1927 to 1935. Like many little-known distilleries, its malts are used mainly for Ballantine’s and Old Smuggler. It seems to have been closed for a short time in 2000, but has fully resumed work. Curiosity: between 1958 and 1981 a malt called “Glencraig” was distilled from two Lomond stills with the peculiarity of having three perforated plates capable of being cooled independently of each other.
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