NN7101 : Deanston Distillery

near to Deanston, Stirling, Great Britain

Deanston Distillery
Deanston Distillery
Deanston Distillery incorporates some of the buildings of the former Adelphi Cotton Mill, founded in 1785 by the Buchanan brothers, apprentices of Richard Arkwright, who invented the "Spinning Jenny". Arkwright designed the Adelphi Mill, covering the weaving hall roof with earth and a garden to keep the hall cool. In more recent times, the hall's consistent temperature has been ideal for the storage of maturing whisky.
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