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Springfield distillery

Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Although there are many farms in Scotland called Springfield, only one seems to be listed in Stirlingshire, or former parts of Stirlingshire. Now called only Springfield Cottage, it sits a mile north of the River Carron, a quarter-mile south-west of the Forth and half-a-mile west of the village of Skinflats. The nearest town is Falkirk. It has an adjacent pond but, on current maps, no watercourse close by. 

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  • Region
    Lowland
  • Production type
    Single malt
  • Distillery Status
    Demolished
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Springfield History

Springfield distillery was first licensed to Matthew Cleland from 1829-30, before being operated by Robert Buchanan from 1830-31.

Timeline

  • 1829 Springfield distillery is licensed to Matthew Cleland
  • 1830 The distillery licence passes to Robert Buchanan
  • 1831 Springfield closes
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Contact

Address
Skinflats
Stirling
United Kingdom
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See also

  • Cambusbarron Cambusbarron Cambusbarron Distillery

    Cambusbarron

    A Stirlingshire distillery with a long history. Also known as Glenmurray and St Thomas’s Well.

  • Pirniehall Pirniehall Pirniehall Distillery

    Pirniehall

    Obscure lost distillery near Stirling.

  • Stirling Stirling Stirling Distillery

    Stirling

    One of many lost distilleries in the Stirling area, but one of the few operated by a woman.

  • Stonnywood Stonnywood Stonnywood Distillery

    Stonnywood

    One of Stirlingshire’s many lost distilleries, which operated at the end of the 18th century.

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