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[[image:Im193304GHK-ScotMalt.jpg|thumb| April 1933. ]]
 
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Formed in 1914 as a Ltd company.
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1914 Scottish Malt Distillers Limited was established by a group of five Lowland distillers: The [[Clydesdale Distillery]] Company Limited, Wishaw; A and J Dawson Limited, Linlithgow; [[Glenkinchie Distillery]], The [[Rosebank Distillery]] Limited, Falkirk and [[William Young and Co]] Limited, Burntisland
  
 
1925 Acquired by [[Distillers Co]] in a move to tackle over production of malt whisky<ref>The Times July 20, 1925</ref>
 
1925 Acquired by [[Distillers Co]] in a move to tackle over production of malt whisky<ref>The Times July 20, 1925</ref>

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April 1933.

1914 Scottish Malt Distillers Limited was established by a group of five Lowland distillers: The Clydesdale Distillery Company Limited, Wishaw; A and J Dawson Limited, Linlithgow; Glenkinchie Distillery, The Rosebank Distillery Limited, Falkirk and William Young and Co Limited, Burntisland

1925 Acquired by Distillers Co in a move to tackle over production of malt whisky[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times July 20, 1925