Also called House of Burns, a lost distillery at Monzievaird, near Crieff in Perthshire.
Eastertown of Dunlappy distillery
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This was a farm distillery near Edzell, Angus, operated by James Guthrie, who was sequestrated in 1833.
The farm still exists today, about a mile south-west of Edzell village and quite close to the West Water, one of the tributaries of the River North Esk.
Eastertown of Dunlappy History
Eastertown of Dunlappy was opened in the early 1830s by James Guthrie, who was probably related to the three Guthrie brothers – David, John and Alexander, who founded North Port distillery in Brechin in 1820.
James Guthrie was sequestrated in 1833 and the Eastertown of Dunlappy distillery closed.
- Unknown date Starting date unknown, possibly in the late 1820s or early 1830s, however in 1833 distiller James Guthrie was sequestrated
- 1833 Distillery closed
A lost distillery that operated somewhere on Aberdeen’s northern edge in the late 18th century.
One of Midlothian’s short-lived farm distilleries that operated for three years in the 18th century.
This Perthshire distillery was was open from 1817 to 1826 under three different licensees.