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10 Bothwell Street, Glasgow. "Distillers from malt only, at Loch Katrine Distillery, Camlachie, Glasgow, Caol Ila Distillery, Islay, and Benmore Distillery, Campbeltown."<ref>Post Office Glasgow Directory for 1918-1919</ref>
10 Bothwell Street, Glasgow. "Distillers from malt only, at Loch Katrine Distillery, Camlachie, Glasgow, Caol Ila Distillery, Islay, and Benmore Distillery, Campbeltown."<ref>Post Office Glasgow Directory for 1918-1919</ref>
1868 The firm built Benmore Distillery in Saddell Street, Campbeltown. This was unusual in that, until that time, Campbeltown distilleries had all been financed and owned locally. Its annual output was reported by Barnard to be 125,000 gallons.
1920 The company went into voluntary liquidation.<ref>  https://www.thegazette.co.uk/Edinburgh/issue/13560/page/381</ref>
1924 A new, private company of the same name was incorporated at 149 West George Street, Glasgow with capital of £350,000.<ref>The Scotsman 9 February 1924</ref> 


1926 Acquired by [[Distillers Co]]<ref>The Times  June 24, 1927</ref>
1926 Acquired by [[Distillers Co]]<ref>The Times  June 24, 1927</ref>
1927 The company was registered for a third time under the same name as a private company at 133 Waterloo Street, Glasgow with capital of £10,000.<ref>The Scotsman 29 January 1927</ref>


1980. Part of [[Distillers Co]]
1980. Part of [[Distillers Co]]
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* National Records of Scotland BT2/3299
* National Records of Scotland BT2/3299
* National Records of Scotland BT2/13007
* National Records of Scotland BT2/13007
* https://opencorporates.com/companies/gb/SC014463
* Alfred Barnard "The Whisky Distilleries of the United Kingdom" (1887)
* Alfred Barnard "The Whisky Distilleries of the United Kingdom" (1887)
* Brian Townsend "Scotch Missed: The Original Guide to the Lost Distilleries of Scotland" (Fourth Edition 2015)
* Brian Townsend "Scotch Missed: The Original Guide to the Lost Distilleries of Scotland" (Fourth Edition 2015)

Latest revision as of 16:06, 7 October 2021

August 1926.

10 Bothwell Street, Glasgow. "Distillers from malt only, at Loch Katrine Distillery, Camlachie, Glasgow, Caol Ila Distillery, Islay, and Benmore Distillery, Campbeltown."[1]

1868 The firm built Benmore Distillery in Saddell Street, Campbeltown. This was unusual in that, until that time, Campbeltown distilleries had all been financed and owned locally. Its annual output was reported by Barnard to be 125,000 gallons.

1920 The company went into voluntary liquidation.[2]

1924 A new, private company of the same name was incorporated at 149 West George Street, Glasgow with capital of £350,000.[3]

1926 Acquired by Distillers Co[4]

1927 The company was registered for a third time under the same name as a private company at 133 Waterloo Street, Glasgow with capital of £10,000.[5]

1980. Part of Distillers Co

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. Post Office Glasgow Directory for 1918-1919
  2. https://www.thegazette.co.uk/Edinburgh/issue/13560/page/381
  3. The Scotsman 9 February 1924
  4. The Times June 24, 1927
  5. The Scotsman 29 January 1927