Airdrie, also known as Tobermore, was a successful and relatively long-surviving distillery.
East Monkland distillery
Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
The East Monkland distillery at Airdrie, Lanarkshire, distilled for five years under two licensees. It appears the distillery stood on what is today Quarry Road beside the North Burn, north of the town centre.
East Monkland History
East Monkland was first licensed to James Finlay from 1825-26, then to MacIntyre, MacKay & Co from 1827-30, when it was closed.
- 1825 East Monkland is opened by James Finlay
- 1826 The distillery is mothballed
- 1827 East Monkland is now licensed to MacIntyre, MacKay & Co.
- 1830 The company ceases trading and the distillery is finally closed
A short-lived lost distillery in Lanarkshire, which operated under two licensees.
Distillery & brand
Lowland malt distillery situated beside the Garnheath grain plant within Airdrie’s Moffat complex.
Heavily peated Lowland malt produced at the short-lived Killyloch distillery in Airdrie.