2 240 000 litres
Peter Brown founds the distillery.
Linkwood comes on stream.
Peter Brown passes away and his son William inherits the distillery.
William demolishes the distillery and builds a new one.
The new distillery is inaugurated.
Linkwood Glenlivet Distillery Company Ltd takes over operations.
Innes Cameron, a whisky trader from Elgin, joins the Board and eventually becomes the major shareholder and Director.
Innes Cameron dies and Scottish Malt Distillers takes over in 1933.
Major refurbishment takes place.
The two stills are increased by four. Technically, the four new stills belong to a new distillery sometimes referred to as Linkwood B.
Distillers Company Limited (DCL) launches their series The Ascot Malt Cellar which includes Linkwood 12 years.
Linkwood A (the two original stills) closes.
Linkwood A is in production again for a few months each year.
A 26 year old from 1975 is launched as a Rare Malt.
A 30 year old from 1974 is launched as a Rare Malt.
Three different wood finishes (all 26 year old) are released.