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A Cambus malt whisky distillery already existed near Stirling, Lowlands, but the owner at the time decided to rebuild it in 1836 for grain whisky production. In 1914, the Cambus distillery almost completely went up in flames. Only at the end of 1937 after being rebuilt, did it turn back to production. In 1993 the owner decided to stop the distillery. It is notable that especially in recent years quite a few independent bottlings of Cambus single grain have been released.
After an eventful history that began in the early 19th century, the Cambus Distillery closed in 1993. Still, quite a few independent bottlings of this grain whisky have appeared in recent years. Here's one from Elixir Distillers: 29 years old, 52% ABV.
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