Built in 1938 by Hiram Walker & Sons, it is also known as Dumbarton. Licensed to George Ballantine & Son, he produced malts for the family’s blends, using both barley and wheat. At one time, it was the largest wheat distillery in Scotland but, unfortunately, it was closed and suspended in 1992 probably due to the management costs of the different production systems: it had Lomond stills mainly designed to create whiskey for blenders, but the latter did not they were interested in the proposed product. Curiosity: it is located exactly on the border between Highlands and Lowlands Some of his copper stills were sold to Bruichladdich shortly after its opening

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