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Glen Flagler Whisky

   

Glen Flagler / Killyloch (Closed)

Glen Flagler opened in 1964 and closed in 1985.

Glen Flagler and Killyloch are two Scotch whisky brands that are associated with closed distilleries. Here is some information about each:

  1. Glen Flagler:

    • Distillery: Glen Flagler was produced at the Glen Flagler distillery, which was located within the Moffat Distillery complex in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
    • Operation Period: The distillery was in operation from 1964 to 1985.
    • Style: Glen Flagler was known for producing both single malt and grain whiskies. It is particularly notable for being one of the few distilleries to produce both malt and grain whisky under the same roof.
    • Closure: The Moffat Distillery, including Glen Flagler, was closed in 1985, and the buildings were subsequently demolished.
  2. Killyloch:

    • Distillery: Killyloch was produced at the Moffat Distillery, which also housed the Glen Flagler distillery.
    • Operation Period: Killyloch was produced during the same period as Glen Flagler, from 1964 to 1985.
    • Style: Killyloch was known for producing a light and delicate single malt whisky.
    • Closure: Like Glen Flagler, Killyloch ceased production in 1985 when the Moffat Distillery closed down.

Both Glen Flagler and Killyloch are considered rare and collectible whiskies today due to the closure of the distillery and the limited availability of their expressions. Whiskies from these closed distilleries are often sought after by enthusiasts and collectors in the secondary market. If you come across bottles of Glen Flagler or Killyloch, it can be a unique opportunity to taste a piece of Scotch whisky history.