This short-lived lost distillery was founded by knighted author Sir David Stewart of Garth.
Islay single malt Scotch whisky
Ballygrant distillery stood briefly on the road from Bridgend to Port Askaig, at a farm near the Ballygrant Burn. Some sources state that Ballygrant was the same as Lossit/Lossett distillery, but that was located on a different farm.
Despite its short history, it retains the title of being the nearest licensed distillery to the legendary seat of the onetime Lord of the Isles at Finlaggan.
The distillery was open only fleetingly in 1821, operated by D. McNicoll and Co.
- 1821 The distillery opens briefly under D McNicoll and Co.
Isle of Islay
A remote 18th century distillery in Sutherland that was opened and closed in 1798 under James Boag.
Heavily peated single malt Scotch produced at the multifaceted Loch Lomond distillery in Alexandria.
A single malt produced at the versatile Loch Lomond distillery, mainly reserved for blends.