Loch Lomond

The history of Loch Lomond is closely tied to the Bulloch family. The Bulloch’s developed an interest for whiskies from 1842 onwards, date on which the family became a wine, spirits and beers distributor in Scotland.
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Founded in 1965 in an old dyeing facility, Loch Lomond took over the name of its predecessor located on the other side of the Loch, in Arrochar, and which closed in 1817. As the Loch Lomond distillery closed in 1984, it could only reopen in 1985 as the Bulloch family bought it back to deal with shortages in their Glen Catrine company.

The distillery has the specificity, unique to Scotland, to produce malt whisky and grain whisky on the same site.

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