About Knockdhu Whisky Distillery
900 000 litres
Inver House Distillers
Distillers Company Limited (DCL) starts construction of the distillery which is named Knockdhu. Architects are Gordon & Macbey from Elgin.
Production starts in October.
Management of the distillery is transferred to Distillers Agency.
Scottish Malt Distillers (SMD) takes over production.
The distillery closes.
The distillery opens up again.
The distillery closes in March.
Inver House buys the distillery from United Distillers.
Production restarts on 6th February.
First official bottling of Knockdhu.
First official bottling of An Cnoc, the new name to avoid confusion with Knockando.
Pacific Spirits (Great Oriole Group) purchases Inver House Distillers at a price of
Reintroduction of An Cnoc 12 years, with new, contemporary packaging.
A 14 year old from 1990 is launched.
Two limited editions, a 30 year old from 1975 and a 14 year old from 1991 are launched.
InverHouse changes owners when International Beverage Holdings acquires Pacific Spirits UK.
anCnoc 1993 is released.
anCnoc 16 year old is released.