A lost Islay distillery that was open only briefly in the 1810s.
Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
The Grampian Mountains cover hundreds of square miles and are awash with streams, burns and rivers making the exact site of the Wateresk distillery impossible to locate. One faint clue is the suffix ‘Esk’, a possible connection to the North Esk River. The North Esk runs the length of Glen Esk before passing Edzell in Angus and joining other rivers to flow into the North Sea between Montrose and St Cyrus.
Licensed to James Gall in 1798, the closure date of Wateresk distillery is unknown.
- 1798 Wateresk distillery is licensed to James Gall
One of many lost distilleries in Argyll that was operational briefly in the 18th century.
A late 18th-century distillery, active for less than a year at an unknown location in Perthshire.
A family-run Perthshire operation that distilled whisky for a short time in the 1820s.