About Dufftown Whisky Distillery
4 120 000 litres
Peter Mackenzie, Richard Stackpole, John Symon and Charles MacPherson build the distillery Dufftown-Glenlivet in an old mill.
Production starts in November.
The distillery is owned by P. Mackenzie
P. Mackenzie & Co. is bought by Arthur Bell & Sons for £56 000.
The floor maltings is discontinued and malt is bought from outside suppliers. The number of stills is increased from two to four.
The number of stills is increased from four to six.
The stills are increased by a further two, to eight.
Guinness buys Arthur Bell & Sons.
Guinness and Grand Metropolitan merge to form Diageo.
The Singleton of Dufftown is launched as a special duty free bottling.