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Carsebridge

Carsebridge is one of Scotland’s many gone-but-not-forgotten grain distilleries, founded right at the end of the 1700s by John Bald in Alloa. Initially Carsebridge produced malt whisky, but after a few decades production was switched over to grain whisky due to the rising popularity of blends in Scotland. Carsebridge was one of the six distilleries which came together to form the Distillers Company Limited in 1877, and continued to grow over the years, becoming one of the biggest distilleries in Scotland. A fire broke out in the distillery in 1902, which halted production for almost a year. Like a good number of Scotch distilleries, Carsebridge closed in 1983, despite rather recent expansions. Much of the distillery has been demolished and bottlings of Carsebridge’s whisky are scarce (though delicious!).

Carsebridge 45 Year Old 1965 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 44.7%

Carsebridge was mothballed in 1983 then stripped of its parts in the 1990s, so what does this mean for this whisky? Well, it means we have a whisky that will never be produced again and will slowly…  More info

 Carsebridge 45 Year Old 1965 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

Carsebridge 30 Year Old 1981 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 59.1%

A 30 year old single cask grain whisky from Carsebridge. This was distilled in 1981 and aged in refill hogshead 7780 before bottling at natural cask strength for the Clan Denny range.  More info

Carsebridge 30 Year Old 1981 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

Carsebridge 30 Year Old 1979 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 48.8%

Single grain bottled by Duncan Taylor. This was distilled at Carsebridge in March 1979 and matured for 30 years in cask number 33043 before bottling at natural cask strength in March 2010. A release…  More info

Carsebridge 30 Year Old 1979 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

Carsebridge 45 Year Old 1973 (Thompson Bros.)

70cl, 53.5%

This colourful bottle is the work of Thompson Bros., and the liquid within was distilled at the now-closed Carsebridge back in 1973. The single grain whisky was housed in a single cask for nearly…  More info

Carsebridge 45 Year Old 1973 (Thompson Bros.)

Carsebridge 46 Year Old 1973 (Thompson Bros.)

70cl, 57.1%

A sherried single grain whisky here from the now silent Carsebridge! Distilled in 1973, the whisky rested in a single sherry butt for the best part of half a century, eventually bottled up by…  More info

Carsebridge 46 Year Old 1973 (Thompson Bros.)

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