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of Glasgow and London
 
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1920 Benmore Distilleries Limited, a company registered in England, was incorporated. It acquired the Benmore Distillery in Campbeltown, formerly owned by [[Bulloch Lade and Co]]. The company also acquired Lochhead Distillery, also in Campbeltown, Lochindaal Distillery on Islay and the Speyside distillery of Dallas Dhu.
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1920 Benmore Distilleries Limited, a company registered in England, was incorporated. It acquired the Benmore Distillery in Campbeltown, formerly owned by [[Bulloch Lade and Co]]. The company took over  Lochhead Distillery, also in Campbeltown, Lochindaal Distillery on Islay and the Speyside distillery of Dallas Dhu.
  
 
1929 The company's entire share capital was acquired for cash by the [[Distillers Co]]<ref>The Scotsman 2 July 1929</ref>
 
1929 The company's entire share capital was acquired for cash by the [[Distillers Co]]<ref>The Scotsman 2 July 1929</ref>

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of Glasgow and London

1920 Benmore Distilleries Limited, a company registered in England, was incorporated. It acquired the Benmore Distillery in Campbeltown, formerly owned by Bulloch Lade and Co. The company took over Lochhead Distillery, also in Campbeltown, Lochindaal Distillery on Islay and the Speyside distillery of Dallas Dhu.

1929 The company's entire share capital was acquired for cash by the Distillers Co[1]

1993 The company was finally wound up.[2]

See Also

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Sources of Information

  • Brian Townsend "Scotch Missed: The Original Guide to the Lost Distilleries of Scotland" (Fourth Edition 2015)
  • David Stirk, The Distilleries of Campbeltown: The Rise and Fall of the Whisky Capital of the World (2019)
  • Angus Martin "Campbeltown Whisky: An Encyclopaedia" (2020)