Ladyburn (silent)

(Lady-Burn)

After William Grant & Sons Ltd built a grain distillery at Girvan in 1963, they added another set of stills (pot stills this time) to the complex in 1966. With these stills they produced the 'Ladyburn' malt whisky. The main purpose of both of the distilleries was production of whisky for the Grant's blends, but over the years a handful of 'official' single malt whiskies were bottled as well. The malt whisky installation was closed again in 1975 and demolished in 1976. This makes Ladyburn (possibly) the malt whisky distillery with the shortest history in all Scotland as it was operational for less than a decade. The short production history is one of the reasons that Ladyburn is mostly of interest for malt whisky collectors

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