Hazelburn Distillery

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Region Campbeltown
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Situated in Longrow, while the malt barns stood at the west end of what is now known as Longrow South
Largest distillery in Campbeltown

History
1796
Said to have been licensed (also 1825). The original partners were Matthew and Daniel Greenlees and Archie Colvill
1836
Said to have been rebuilt
1837-81
Greenlees & Colville when dissolved and reconstructed as a limited company, Nettleton (1893) says Colville, Greenlees & Co. Ltd.
1845
New buildings were built at Milknowe Road due to increased business. The owners were Greenlees & Colvill. The same year Colvill left and his place was taken by Samuel Greenlees, although the name remained Greenlees & Colvill until 1920
c.1920
Acquired by Mackie & Co. (Distillers) Ltd. from Samuel Greenlees, who had set up a blending plant in London
1921
Distillery closed by Mackie & Co. (Distillers) Ltd.
1924
Mackie & Co. (Distillers) Ltd. became White Horse Distillers Ltd.
1925
Distillery silent. Distillery worked sporadically before being silent. Warehouses were used to store whisky from other distilleries for decades afterwards
1927
White Horse Distillers Ltd. merged with the Distillers Company Ltd. (DCL)
late 1970s
Scottish Malt Distillers Ltd. (SMD) used the site to house its main lab
1983
The lab of Scottish Malt Distillers Ltd. (SMD) and the warehouses were closed down along with the other cutbacks in that year
2005
Used as a business centre



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