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Glengoyne

Safe from the reach of the law, George Connell begins distilling in secret at Burnfoot Farm IN 1820 – where you’ll find today’s Glengoyne Distillery. The hidden waterfall and its miniature glen make it easy for George to escape the notice of the Exciseman. He’s not the first to distil here illegally – it’s reckoned George learned the stillman’s art from his grandfather. A fearsome thunderstorm on 12 August 1888 destroys the Glenguin warehouses. A reporter from The Glasgow Herald witnesses casks being washed down the swollen River Endrick – needless to say, only broken and empty casks were returned. William McGeachie changes the name from Glenguin of Burnfoot to Glengoyne Distillery in 1907. In 1966 due to demand, Glengoyne Distillery re-built in its present form, tripling production to 263,105 gallons (1,200,000 litres) annually. 100% independent and family-owned, Ian Macleod Distillers Ltd buys Glengoyne from the Edrington Group. It’s the start of a new era – but one firmly rooted in Glengoyne’s traditions.

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