Glenlochy was constructed in Fortwilliam by the Glenlochy-Fortwilliam Distillery Co. in 1898, just in time for the worst recession the industry had seen. In the chaos following the collapse of Scotland's largest blender, Pattison's of Leith Ltd, the distillery was unable to begin production until 1901. It then fell silent during the Great War a ... Read More »
A Rare Old bottling of whisky from Glenlochy, released by Gordon & Macphail. The distillery closed back in 1983 and has since been demolished, but fortunately G&M have an archive of lost distilleries in their warehouses that they occasionaly dip into for whiskies such as this - a 1979 vintage.
A 14 year old whisky from closed Glenlochy, one of the casualties of the indsustry-wide distillery closures in 1983, bottled by the Scotch Malt Whisky Society. This was distilled in April 1979 and bottled in August 1993.
A 32 year old whisky from seldom seen Glenlochy, closed in 1983 without an official bottling appearing. Since then only a few whiskies have appeared with the distillery's name on, including this 1963 vintage from Signatory, distilled on 14th March and bottled in July 1995.
An old and rare single cask bottling of 1952 vintage whisky from Glenlochy, which closed as part of the wave of shutdowns across Scotland in 1983. It has since been almost demolished and releases are rather rare, making this 49 year old a bit of a find.