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Cameron Bridge Scotch Whisky Distillery

Cameron Bridge Distillery, Windygates, Fife

Cameron Bridge Distillery General Information
Current Owners click for detailsDiageo
Location Lowlands
Water source unknown
Capacity per year 110,000,000 Litres
Status Active

Cameron Bridge Distillery History
1824 Cameron Bridge Distillery founded by John Haig
1877 Cameronbridge merged with 5 other whisky companies to form the Distiller Company Ltd (DCL) (Haig one of founders of Distiller Company Ltd (DCL) and was appointed a director)
1919 John Haig & Co acquired by Distiller Company Ltd (DCL)
1941-47 Closed during WWII
1989-92 Extensive renovation to increase output
2000 Distillery re-opens after a £9m renovation, capable of producing 30m litres of spirits annually

Cameron Bridge Distillery Comments
John Haig’s, cousin, Robert Stein, created the first continuous still
Cameronbridge Distillery was the first ever to produce grain whisky
Cameronbridge is to produce Gordon’s Gin, after the closure of Gordon’s Distillery in Essex

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