Cameronbridge Distillery

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General
Pronunciation
Translation
Region Lowlands
Distiller
Owner
Address Windy Gates
Fife
Scotland
Telephone
LatLong 56° 11’ 24” N   03° 03’ 19” W
Altitude
Grid Reference NO346002
Website
E-mail
Open to public
Remarks
also Cameron Bridge

History
1813-15
John Edington & Co.
1815-21
Not working
1824
Said to have been ’carried on for many years’ before 1824 by John Edington and Robert Haig
1824
Acquired by John Haig
1830-May-12
Stein still installed by John Haig under license of 12 May 1830
1830s-1877
Operated by John Haig & Co.
1877
Transferred to the newly formed Distillers Company Ltd. (DCL)
1880s
Two Stein stills making ’silent malt’ spirit in the 1880s, one of which continued to do so until 1929
by 1887
Two Coffey stills in addition to the Stein stills and two pot stills, continuing to make whisky until the 1920s
1966
Transferred to Scottish Grain Distillers Ltd. (SGD). Two Coffey stills. ’Old Cameronbrig’ - grain whisky is sold as a single
1989
Gin spirit facility transferred from Wandsworth
1992
Gin spirit facility licensed to United Malt & Grain Distillers Ltd. (UMGD)



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