Built by DCL in 1893, it continued to work quietly until 1931, when it closed. It passed ownership to Scottish Malt Distillers it resumed in 1933 and continued to work until the 1980s, when the economic crisis hit Scotland: it was closed in 1983. In 1988 it was bought by Inver House, who reopened it, and then sold it in 2003 at Pacific Spirits. Curiosity: Due to the various changes of ownership, the officially bottled malts came out as both “Knockdhu” and “An Cnoc”, throwing confusion through a cyclical alternation. A small part of the product is slightly peaty (20ppm) but used only for the Inver House blends

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