About Glen Mhor Whisky Distillery
John Birnie, Manager of Glen Albyn distillery, and James Mackinlay in Inverness are commissioned by Charles Mackinlay & Co. to set up the distillery. The architect is Charles Doig.
Production starts in December.
John Walker & Co. buys part of the company.
Mackinlay & Birnie Ltd buys Glen Mhor and neighbouring Glen Albyn.
A Saladin box replaces floor maltings which makes Glen Mhor one of the first distilleries to introduce mechanical malting.
The distillery is bought by Distillers Company Limited (DCL).
Own maltings is decommissioned.
The distillery closes.
The buildings are demolished.
A 22 year old from 1979 is launched in the Rare Malts series.
A 28 year old from 1976 is launched in the Rare Malts series.
Reproduced from the Malt Whisky Yearbook 2009 with the kind permission of Mr Ingvar Ronde