This Lowland malt with its gentle, fruity palate, commands a dedicated following.
Holland Bush distillery
Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Holland Bush distillery stood on the Doups Burn at Banknock, East Dunbartonshire, close to where it passed under what is now the A803 Kilsyth Road. The Doups flowed down to the Bonny Water, close to the Forth and Clyde Canal. One neighbouring distillery was Bankier, which survived until 1928.
Holland Bush History
John Henderson & Co. established Holland Bush distillery in 1827, but the site closed in 1830. Details about what happened to the distillery buildings have been lost.
- 1827 Opened by and licensed to John Henderson & Co.
- 1830 Distilling ceases, distillery closed
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