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Ladyburn was built by William Grant on the site of the Girvan grain distillery in 1966. It was one of the experimental ‘malt distilleries within a grain distilleries’ of the 1960’s era. Its purpose was to produce malt for the Grants blend. Ladyburn had the shortest life span out of all the experimental distilleries, closing in 1973, nine years after it opened. The equipment was dismantled a year later. This is another rare and highly collectable whisky.

Distillery: Ladyburn
Region: Lowland
Established: 1966
Status: Dismantled (1976)
Proprietor: William Grant & Sons
Stills: 2 wash stills, 2 spirit stills
Capacity: unknown
Water Source: Penwapple Resevoir

Open To Visitors: No

Contact: Girvan Distillery
Grangestone Industrial Estate

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