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Cashly distillery

Highland single malt Scotch whisky

The distillery stood at Cashly – today Cashley – farm, on the A811 road about half a mile southwest of Buchlyvie, Stirlingshire. Process water came from the Cashley Burn, which joined the Mye Burn to flow north-east into the Forth.

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  • Region
    Highland
  • Production type
    Single malt
  • Distillery Status
    Demolished
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Cashly History

Cashly was licensed to George Drew and Co. in 1825 and closed the same year.

Timeline

  • 1825 Cashly distillery opens
  • 1825 The distillery closes
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Contact

Address
Main Street
Cashly
Buchlyvie
Stirling
United Kingdom
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See also

  • Cambusbarron Cambusbarron Cambusbarron Distillery

    Cambusbarron

    A Stirlingshire distillery with a long history. Also known as Glenmurray and St Thomas’s Well.

  • Pirniehall Pirniehall Pirniehall Distillery

    Pirniehall

    Obscure lost distillery near Stirling.

  • Stirling Stirling Stirling Distillery

    Stirling

    One of many lost distilleries in the Stirling area, but one of the few operated by a woman.

  • Stonnywood Stonnywood Stonnywood Distillery

    Stonnywood

    One of Stirlingshire’s many lost distilleries, which operated at the end of the 18th century.

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