|Name||Pronounced||AKA||Region||Country of Origin|
|Lochindaal||Port Charlotte; Rhinns||Islay||Scotland|
|Status||Active||Whisky Type||Website||Tours Available|
|Closed||1829 - 1929||Malt||Lochindaal||Not Available|
|Manager||Distiller||Blender||Owned by||Parent Group|
1829-31: Colin Campbell
1831-32: McLennan & Grant
1833-35: George McLennan when bankrupt
1837: Walter Graham, Rhinns
1852: Henderson, Lamont & Co. went bankrupt
1852: Rhins Distillery & Co. (John McLennan managing partner)
1855: William Guild & Co. dissolved (partners William Guild and John B. Sherriff)
1855-95: John B. Sherriff continued until 1895 when J.B. Sherriff & Co. was formed to acquire the Lochindaal business, that of William Taylor & Co. of Lochhead, Campbeltown, and sugar and rum estates in Jamaica
1921: Acquired by Benmore Distilleries Ltd.
1929: Benmore Distilleries Ltd. was taken over by the Distillers Company Ltd. (DCL)
1929: Distillery closed and dismantled. Warehouses retained and licensed to Macleay Duff (Distillers) Ltd.
1994?: The malt barns are now occupied by the Islay Creamery
Can I tour Lochindaal?
No, unfortunately Lochindaal distillery is not open to the public for tours