1 000 000 litres
Huddart St, Wick, Caithness KW1 5BA
Inver House Distillers
James Henderson founds the distillery.
The distillery is bought by James Watson & Co.
Buchanan-Dewar takes over.
Buchanan-Dewar becomes part of Distillers Company Limited (DCL).
In production again after being acquired by the solicitor Robert Cumming.
Cumming sells to James & George Stodart Ltd, a subsidiary to Hiram Walker & Sons.
The distillery is rebuilt.
The floor maltings close.
Allied Breweries buys James & George Stodart Ltd.
Allied Breweries changes name to Allied Lyons after the acquisition of J Lyons in 1978.
Allied Lyons acquires Pedro Domecq and changes name to Allied Domecq plc.
Allied Domecq sells Pulteney to Inverhouse Distillers.
Old Pulteney 12 years is launched.
Pacific Spirits (Great Oriole Group) buys Inverhouse at a price of $85 million.
A 17 year old is launched (4 200 bottles).
A 21 year old is launched (3 000 bottles).
InverHouse changes owners when International Beverage Holdings acquires Pacific Spirits UK.