Deanston Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Owner: Region/district: Burn Stewart Distillers Eastern Highlands
(C L Financial)
1965 Active (vc) 3 000 000 litres
Address: Deanston, Perthshire FK16 6AG
01786 841422 www.burnstewartdistillers.com
1965 – A weavery from 1785 is transformed into Deanston Distillery by James Finlay & Co. and Brodie Hepburn Ltd (Deanston Distillery Co.). Brodie Hepburn also runs Tullibardine Distillery.
1966 – Production commences in October.
1971 – The first single malt is named Old Bannockburn.
1972 – Invergordon Distillers takes over.
1974 – The first single malt bearing the name Deanston is produced.
1982 – The distillery closes.
1990 – Burn Stewart Distillers from Glasgow buys the distillery for £2.1 million.
1991 – The distillery resumes production.
1999 – C L Financial buys an 18% stake of Burn Stewart.
2002 – C L Financial acquires the remaining stake.
2006 – Deanston 30 years old is released.
2009 – A new version of the 12 year old is released.
2010 – Virgin Oak is released.
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