Sustainable distillery situated on the most westerly point of the British mainland.
Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
The exact location of Dunoon distillery is not clear, but it may have sat near the town’s main street, Argyll Street, where it crossed the Milton Burn on its way from Loch Loskin to the Firth of Clyde.
Dunoon distillery was built in the late 1820s by William Ewing, who was granted a licence in 1833. However, there is no record of any distilling actually being carried out, so Dunoon may have closed before it even started.
- Late 1820s Dunoon distillery is under construction
- 1833 The distillery is licensed, opened and possibly closed in the same year
Argyll and Bute
A short-lived distillery in the village of Rhu, on the east shore of Gareloch.
Ardincaple was a short-lived distillery on the Island of Seil, south of Oban.
One of many lost distilleries in Argyll that was operational briefly in the 18th century.