Malt distillery in the town of Dumbarton that briefly operated during the 19th century.
Rutherglen Bridge distillery
Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Rutherglen Bridge distillery was situated, as you’d imagine, northwest of Rutherglen bridge, near what is now Glasgow Green, across the Clyde from Richmond Park and Shawfield Stadium.
Rutherglen Bridge History
George Brown held the licence at Rutherglen Bridge from 1817 until he was sequestrated in 1819. The licence subsequently passed to Rutherglen Bridge Distillery Co., which ran the distillery until its closure in 1823.
The site later became a thread works, although all buildings have since been demolished.
- 1817 Rutherglen Bridge distillery is licensed to George Brown
- 1819 Brown is sequestrated and the distillery falls silent
- Unknown date Rutherglen is licensed to Rutherglen Bridge Distillery Co.
- 1823 The firm is sequestrated and the distillery is closed
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