The humbly named Lowlands distillery was built on the banks of the River Clyde near Glasgow in 1772. One year later, Robert Muir was granted the first licence by King George III’s government to retail ale, beer and other excisable liquors.
Littlemill is the oldest licensed whisky distillery in Scotland. Whisky from the Lowland producer is incredibly rare and is no longer being produced after the distillery was closed, demolished and consumed by fire.
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