Ian Macleod Distillers Southern Highlands
Founded: Status: Capacity:
1833 Active (vc) 1 100 000 litres
Address: Dumgoyne by Killearn,
Glasgow G63 9LB
01360 550254 (vc) www.glengoyne.com
1833 – The distillery is licensed under the name Burnfoot Distilleries by the Edmonstone family.
1876 – Lang Brothers buys the distillery and changes the name to Glenguin.
1905 – The name changes to Glengoyne.
1910 – Own floor maltings ceases.
1965-66 – Robertson & Baxter takes over Lang Brothers and the distillery is refurbished. The stills are increased from two to three.
2001 – Glengoyne Scottish Oak Finish (16 years old) is launched.
2003 – Ian MacLeod Distillers Ltd buys the distillery plus the brand Langs from the Edrington Group for £7.2 million.
2004 – A 12 year old cask strength is released.
2005 – Limited editions of a 19 year old, a 32 year old and a 37 year old cask strength are launched.
2006 – Nine “choices” from Stillmen, Mashmen and Manager are released.
2007 – A new version of the 21 year old, two Warehousemen´s Choice, Vintage 1972 and two single casks are released.
2008 – A 16 year old Shiraz cask finish, three single casks and Heritage Gold are released.
2009 – A 40 year old, two single casks and a new 12 year old are launched.
2010 – Two single casks, 1987 and 1997, released.
2011 – A 24 year old single cask is released.
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