An early 19th century distillery on the Cowal peninsula.
Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Rather confusingly Stonefield distillery did not sit in the village of Stonefield near Tarbert, which boasts a mid-19th century castle, but some 55 miles to the north, near Taynuilt.
The distillery sat midway between Connel and Taynuilt in northern Argyll, close to the southern shore of the saltwater Loch Etive, beside the A85 road and railway line from Tyndrum to Oban. A small burn that runs past on its way to Loch Etive was doubtless the distillery’s water source. When it was intact, Stonefield distillery would have had a fine view of the Abbot’s Isle, some distance offshore in the loch.
Stonefield distillery was licensed to John Campbell from 1798-99, after which operations ceased.
- 1798 Stonefield distillery is licensed to John Campbell
- 1799 The distillery closes
Argyll and Bute
One of a swathe of lost Islay distilleries, Bridgend was briefly licensed in the early 19th century.
A 19th century distillery in the Argyll and Bute region, also known as Rhu.
An early 19th century Argyll distillery that became a world-class racing yacht workshop.