An urban Lowland distillery in its namesake town that distilled intermittently between 1795-1826.
Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
A short-lived rural distillery just south of its namesake village, long bypassed by the M74, in Dumfries and Galloway.
While the distillery may only have operated for a short year, Ecclefechan is well-known as the birthplace of the historian Thomas Carlyle.
It seems Ecclefechan distillery sat beside the Kirkland Sike, a stream that flows down to the Mein Water near Ecclefechan.
The distillery was licensed to James Robert Marshall from 1825-26.
- 1825 Distillery opened and operated by Robert Marshall
- 1826 Marshall ceases trading and the distillery closes
Dumfries and Galloway
A short-lived distillery in Kilmahoe parish, Dumfriesshire, that operated in the early 1830s.
A vanished 19th century distillery, also known as Bank of Bishoptown and Kirkcudbright.
An enigmatic distillery near Whithorn whose location and licence-holder remain a complete mystery.