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With a production capacity of 100 million liters of alcohol per year, the Cameronbridge grain distillery is clearly one of the largest distilleries in Scotland. Already at the beginning of the 19th century whisky was already being distilled at the spot where Cameronbridge now stands, under Perth, in the Highlands. In 1828 the distillery was the first to make grain whisky, then with the primitive, just-invented 'Stein' continuous-still. In the course of time, between the closures customary for Scottish distilleries, Cameronbridge supplied grain whisky for dozens of blends. And that is still the case. Cameronbridge's own bottlings, on the other hand, are rare. Also with this grain distillery it's the independent bottlers that have to do it.
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