About Littlemill Whisky Distillery
Loch Lomond Distillery Co. Ltd
The distillery is founded.
Jane MacGregor is licensee and thereby one of the first females in the business.
Hector Henderson sells Littlemill and commences building Caol Ila.
The American Duncan G. Thomas buys the distillery and founds Littlemill Distillery Company Ltd with the Argyll Group. Saladin boxes are installed for maltings.
Barton Brands Inc. from Chicago becomes part-owners.
Duncan Thomas and Argyll Group are bought out and the company is restructured as Barton Distilling (Scotland) Ltd.
Production of the experimental whiskies Dunglas and Dumbuck stops.
The distillery closes.
Barton International becomes Gibson International.
Gibson International files for bankruptcy and Glen Catrine Bonded Warehouse Ltd (sister company to Loch Lomond Distillery Company Ltd) buys Littlemill.
The equipment is dismantled and part of the buildings are demolished.
Loch Lomond Distillery Co. shelves plans to convert Littlemill into a working distillery/musem.
Newstead Properties buys the facility to build 61 apartments. A fire, started by youngsters, destroys much of the remaining buildings.
The owners obtain permission from the Procurator Fiscal to demolish the remaining buildings except the two towers. A 12 year old Littlemill is released.
Reproduced from the Malt Whisky Yearbook 2009 with the kind permission of Mr Ingvar Ronde