Converted into a distillery in 1957, Lochside was previously the site of an 18th-century brewery. The founder was Joseph W Hobbs, a famous figure in the industry who also owned Ben Nevis, Bruichladdich, Glenkinchie, Glenesk, Benromach and Glenury Royal. Read More »
A beautiful ceramic decanter of 10 year old Lochside, bottled for The Castle Collection. Closed in 1992, due to the limited number of bottlings released from this distillery, bottlings are in high demand.
A 1966 vintage Lochside from independent bottlers Duncan Taylor, bottled at 35 years old. Closed in 1992, there were rarely any distillery bottlings released and independent bottlings were also limited, thus leading to any bottling from this distillery being in high demand.
A 1966 Lochside from independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail as part of the Connoisseurs Choice range. Formerly the site for Deuchars' Beer Brewery, Lochside opened in 1957 as a joint grain and malt distillery. Closed in 1992, official bottlings were rare and independent bottlings are therefore highly sought after.
A 1966 vintage whisky from much-loved lost distillery Lochside, closed since 1992 and demolished in 2005. This was distilled back in 1966, the distillery's heyday, on December 15th. It was bottled from a vatting of three casks in August 1989 at 22 years old.
An old Connoisseurs Choice bottling of whisky from Lochside, released back in the 1980s when Gordon & Macphail still used the, even for the day, retro looking brown livery. This was distilled in 1966 and aged for 21 years, and should be packed full of Lochside's trademark fruitiness.