Also called House of Burns, a lost distillery at Monzievaird, near Crieff in Perthshire.
Robert Burns distillery
Lowlands Single Malt Scotch Whisky
There is little information about the precise location of this extinct distillery, named after Scotland’s most famous bard.
Rough OS coordinates point to an area beside the Little Denny Burn, which flows east through the village of Denny in Stirlingshire before entering the River Forth. There are few old maps of Denny and none survive that indicate the distillery. The village has seen extensive building work since the Victorian era and many of its former buildings have disappeared. Robert Burns is likely among them.
Robert Burns History
Robert Burns distillery was licensed to Archibald Robertson from 1825-26.
- 1825 The distillery is licensed to Archibald Robertson
- 1826 Robert Burns distillery closes
Distillery & brand
This Lowland malt with its gentle, fruity palate, commands a dedicated following.
One of 18 lost distilleries in the Falkirk area, Abbotshaugh had a brief existence.
Little is known about this lost Falkirk distillery that ran in the early 1800s.