Scotch Distilleries not producing

Distilleries not producing

  • Ballechin, Highlands, closed 1927
  • Banff, Speyside, demolished 1983
  • Ben Wyvis, Highlands, closed 1977
  • Braeval, Glenlivet/Speyside, closed 2002, formerly “Braes of Glenlivet”
  • Brora, Brora/Northern Highlands, directly across from Clynelish
  • Caperdonich, Rothes/Speyside, closed 2002
  • Coleburn, Speyside, license revoked 1992
  • Convalmore, Dufftown/Speyside, closed 1985
  • Dallas Dhu, Forres/Speyside, closed 1983, can be toured
  • Glen Albyn, Inverness/Highlands, demolished 1988
  • Glencadam, Highlands, closed 2000
  • Glencraig, Morayshire/Speyside, from 1958 to 1981 produced Glenburgie with Lomondstills.
  • Glenesk, Highlands, closed 1985, license revoked 1992
  • Glenflagler, Moffat/Lowlands, closed 1985
  • Glenlochy, Western Highlands, closed 1983
  • Glen Mhor, Inverness/Highlands, closed 1983, demolished 1986
  • Glenugie, Peterhead/Highlands, closed 1983
  • Glenury, Highlands, closed 1985, license revoked 1992
  • Hazelburn, Campbeltown, closed in 1925
  • Inverleven, Lowlands, closed 1991
  • Imperial, Carron bei Aberlour/Speyside, closed 1998
  • Killyloch, Lowlands, closed 1985
  • Kinclaith, Lowlands, demolished 1976
  • Ladyburn, Lowlands, demolished 1976
  • Littlemill, Lowlands, closed 1992, dismantled 1996, burned down 2004
  • Lochindaal, closed 1929
  • Lochside, Montrose/Highlands, closed 1992, demolished 2002
  • Millburn, Inverness/Speyside, closed 1985, demolished 1988
  • North Port, Brechin/Highlands, closed 1983, demolished pre 2000
  • Parkmore, Dufftown/Speyside, closed 1931
  • Pittyvaich, Speyside, closed 1993
  • Port Ellen Isle of Islay, closed 1983, although maltings still in use
  • Rosebank, Falkirk/Lowlands, closed 1993
  • St. Magdalene, Linlithgow/Lowlands, closed 1983
  • Tamdhu, Aberlour/Speyside, mothballed 2010
  • Tamnavulin, Speyside, closed 1996
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