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Loch Lomond

Over the course of Loch Lomond’s existence, the distillery has released seven different malts. Four of them were destined for blending, the remaining three were intended to be bottled as single malt whiskies, though most have been released as such over the years. Bottlings have been under the names: Inchmurrin, Inchmoan, Inchfad, Crotengea, Glen Douglass, Craiglodge and, naturally, Loch Lomond, each with varying peat levels. The name Loch Lomond is used for single malt releases though it is also used for a blended Scotch produced onsite using both grain and malt whisky.

Loch Lomond was in such a good position to release so many different whiskies as it had an unusual set up of stills. There were three sets of stills, two were fitted with rectification columns as well as five continuous stills. Loch Lomond sits in an industrial complex, once home to Britain’s earliest car factory. The distillery was built in 1965 by the Littlemill Distillery Company Ltd, under the ownership of Duncan Thomas and American Barton Brands. Production began a year later.

The distillery has a total yearly capacity of four million litres, though just 2.5 million litres of malt whisky are produced. However, the distillery turns out ten million litres of grain whisky per annum. The distillery closed in 1984 and it was acquired a year later by Glen Catrine Bonded Warehouse Ltd. In 1987, production began once more and six years later a Coffey Still was installed. The final pair of stills were installed in 1999, for two years prior, the distillery had experienced a devastating fire and as much as 300,000 litres of whisky was lost.

Loch Lomond Whisky Distillery

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About Loch Lomond Whisky Distillery

Distillery Number

01389 752781

Distillery Founded

1965

Distillery Capacity

4 000 000 litres

Distillery Status

Active

Distillery Address

Alexandria, Dunbartonshire

Distillery Owner

Loch Lomond

Distillery Address

Lomond Estate, Alexabdria G83 0TL

Distillery Website

www.lochlomonddistillery.com

1965

The distillery is built by Littlemill Distillery Company Ltd owned by Duncan Thomas and American Barton Brands.

1966

Production commences.

1971

Duncan Thomas is bought out and Barton Brands reforms as Barton Distilling (Scotland) Ltd.

1984

The distillery closes.

1985

Glen Catrine Bonded Warehouse Ltd with Alexander Bulloch at the helm buys Loch Lomond Distillery.

1987

The distillery resumes production.

1993

Grain spirits are also distilled.

1997

A fire destroys 300,000 litres of maturing whisky.

1999

Two more stills are installed.

2005

Inchmoan and Craiglodge are officially launched for the first time. Both are 4 years old from 2001. Inchmurrin 12 years is launched.

2006

Inchmurrin 4 years, Croftengea 1996 (9 years) and Glen Douglas 2001 (4 years) are launched.

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Bottled under the name Inchmurrin, this was distilled at the Loch Lomond distillery in 2003 and matured in select cask number 729 before bottling in 2006.  More info
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A single cask bottling from the Loch Lomond distillery, this was from select cask number 414, distilled in 2003 and bottled in 2006 under the Inchmurrin label.  More info
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A 12 year old organic single malt Scotch whisky, distilled at the Loch Lomond distillery and bottled by Dà Mhìle, who specialise in the organic spirits. This expression was distilled in 2000 (which in...  More info
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Distilled at the Loch Lomond distillery, this is a very nicely packaged Inchmurrin single malt. It was aged for 21 years in bourbon casks before bottling.  More info
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Very exciting indeed, this is a very modern and smart-looking release of 18 year old Inchmurrin from the Loch Lomond distillery. It was aged in bourbon casks and comes without chill-filtration or...  More info
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High Commissioner
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High Commissioner is a blend of various malt and grain whiskies. It's actually not that bad, with a pretty decent balance of flavour.  More info
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This was distilled at the Loch Lomond distillery and aged for 12 years before bottling. This comes with new packaging and is really rather good.  More info
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Just look at this Inchmurrin's wondrous packaging! There appears to be some sort of ox or similar creature of bovine proportions silhouetted upon a mountain. Also, there's someone playing on what...  More info
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Organic whisky! Not just that, organic single grain whisky! Loch Lomond were commissioned by Welsh artisan spirit producers Dà Mhìle to whip up a batch of organic single grain scotch whisky, and that...  More info
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The entry level bottling for the Loch Lomond distillery, which by the way has no association with the still of the same name.  More info
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"One of apple, two of oak,
Orange, allspice, yet no smoke."

A single grain whisky from Loch Lomond, who are pretty big on sorcery. How else do you explain how they're able to produce both grain...  More info
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$61.64
This was distilled at Inchmurrin on the 11th May 1989, it was aged for 19 years in hogshead 680 before bottling on the 11th May 2010. A release of 680 bottles, bottled by Signatory.  More info
Single malt from the Loch Lomond distillery, this Inchmurrin was distilled on the 21st April 1989, matured for 20 years in hogshead number 519 and bottled on the 30th September 2009 by Signatory. A...  More info
A sherry finished, peated single malt from Loch Lomond, part of a release of just 380 bottles, distilled in January 1996 and bottled in September 2005 under the Croftengea label.  More info
A peated single malt from select single cask 223, just 434 bottles have been released. This was distilled in February 2001 and bottled in September 2005 under the Craiglodge label.  More info
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Part of a release of just 340 bottles, distilled on the 27th June 2001 and bottled on 28th June 2006. Glen Douglas is distilled at the Loch Lomond distillery.  More info
A blended whisky from the Loch Lomond distillery, known for its large assortment of different types of still.  More info
$31.63
Cask Number Six Six Six - Hell and fire were born to be released, just like single malt whisky! This was distilled in 2001 at the Loch Lomond distillery, before bottling under the "Inchfad" label.  More info
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A 12 year old from the Highland distillery, Loch Lomond.  More info
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This single cask number 334 Glen Douglas was distilled in 200, part of a limited release from a single cask distilled at the Loch Lomond distillery.  More info
A single cask from Loch Lomond, bottled as Inchfad. They release a great number of different whiskies from the Loch Lomond distillery, this was distilled in 2001.  More info
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A peated single malt from Loch Lomond, matured in American oak casks, just 386 bottles were released. This was bottled under the Croftengea name, from a select cask (number 18), distilled in 1997.  More info
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Distilled in 1973 at Loch Lomond, this Inchmurrin was bottled in 2002 for Gordon and MacPhail's Rare Old range of whisky.  More info
$157.48
Inchmurrin is one of several whiskies distilled at the Loch Lomond distillery. This particular example was distilled on the 24th May 1993. It was aged for 18 years in hogsheads 2853 and 2857 before...  More info
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A High Commissioner is a diplomatic representative of the Imperial Government, who is assigned protectorates to watch over. This blended Scotch whisky was first sold in 1865 and, whilst not a complex...  More info
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