Founded in 1821 by Peter Brown when distillation was still somewhat illegal, it began producing in 1825 after receiving the legal license. After fifty years, it was inherited by his son William who demolished and rebuilt it in 1872-74. From 1897 the Linkwood-Glenlivet Distillery Co. became the owner of the distillery and then sold it in 1933 to Scottish Malt Distillers. In 1972 a second distillery was built next to the old one with different equipment. The old one was closed in 1985 but reopened in 1990 even if it is only active for a few months a year. Used primarily in the Jhonnie Walker and White Horse blends, a semi-official expression is found in the “Flora & Fauna” collection and in 2008 when Diageo released three finishes. Curiosity: it inherits its name from the river next to it, using its water

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