Diageo (UDV) has released some Glenlochy official bottlings in their Rare Malts series. They were bottled distilled in 1969 and 1971. Douglas Laing, Gordon McPhails, Duncan Taylor and Signatory have bottled a few versions of Glenlochy.
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David McAndie of the Glenlochy-Fort William Distillery Co. laid the distillery foundations in 1898. The buildings were completed in 1900 and finally, the distillery was on business in 1901. The distillery had to close during the First World War, from 1917 and onwards but reopened in 1924, after a group of English brewers bought the distillery in 1920 when it was forced in liquidation. The new owners failed to make any profits and the distillery closed again in 1926. A motor hirer, Thomas Leslie Rankin bought the distillery in 1934 and sold it in 1937 to Train and McIntyre who transferred it to its subsidiary, Associated Scottish Distillers Ltd in 1938, who restarted production. Train and McIntyre was taken over in 1953 by The Distillers Company Limited, who transferred it to its subsidiary, the Scottish Malt Distillers Ltd. The distillery was modernised between 1960 and 1976. In 1983 the distillery was closed and in 1991 it was sold to West Coast Inns for development as a guesthouse.
|Official/original bottlings (OB)|
|Independent bottlings (IB)|
|Glenlochy 1975 OMC, Douglas Laing, 50%, B: 2001, 258 b.||Rating: 16/20|
|Gordon & MacPhail|
|Glenlochy 1974 Connoisseurs Choice, Gordon & MacPhail, 40%, B: 1980s||Rating: 13/20|
|Jack Wiebers World of Whisky|
|Glenlochy 1965 Old Train Label, 39 YO, JWWW, 46.3%, B:2004.||Rating: 15/20|
|Glenlochy 1982, 27 YO, Signatory, 52.8%, B: 2010. Cask 2649, 265 bottles||Rating: 15/20|
|Scotch Malt Whisky Society|
|Glenlochy 1980 (62.14), 26 YO, SMWS, 52.8%, 121 bottles||Rating: 11/20|
|Glenlochy 1974, 28 YO, Private Cask, 54.8%||Rating: 15/20|