Lost but not forgotten
There are currently around 115 active distilleries in Scotland. In the late 1800s, that number was doubled. So what happened to the other half of that number and where did they all go?
There are many reasons these distilleries could have gone out of business, from the Pattison Crash of 1898, to the closures of both World Wars. Here we take a closer look at just a fraction of these distilleries, and tell you the story of some of Scotland’s lost distilleries.
Most well known: Rosebank, Port Ellen, Brora, Littlemill, Dallus Dhu, Glenugie, Kinclaith, Glenlochy, St.Magelene, Imperial and many more lost but but not forgotten.
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