The distillery lay near Falkirk in Stirlingshire, at the Forth and Clyde canal, which joins Glasgow with Edinburgh. Rosebank was a Lowland distillery and, as such, practised triple distillation with one wash still and a pair of spirit stills. There had been distilleries operating under the name 'Rosebank' as early as the late eighteenth century. Description Falkirk, Rosebank Distillery, Stillhouse; Interior General View. Date Collection John R Hume. Catalogue Number SC Category On-line Digital Images. Scope and Content Rosebank Distillery, Falkirk, Stirlingshire (Falkirk council area) The early history of this Lowland Malt distillery is obscure, but it was certainly operating from c in the ownership of James Rankine. Description Falkirk, Rosebank Distillery, Stillhouse; Interior View of spirit safe and receiver. Date Collection John R Hume. Catalogue Number SC Category On-line Digital Images. Scope and Content Rosebank Distillery, Falkirk, Stirlingshire (Falkirk council area) The early history of this Lowland Malt distillery is obscure, but it was certainly operating from c in the. Rosebank Distillery A former distillery, Rosebank is a wonderful opportunity to create a unique canalside development in a highly prominent location. Scottish Canals are looking to encourage a creative approach which maximises the site's potential as part of the overall Falkirk Canal Corridor.
Situated on the banks of the Forth & Clyde Canal, the revived Rosebank Distillery hopes to attract aro visitors a year to Falkirk and will offer a wide range of distillery tours, with some featuring the very last drams of Rosebank distilled prior to the distillery’s closure. Planning permission has been granted for the redevelopment of historic Rosebank Distillery on the banks of the Forth & Clyde Canal in Falkirk, which stopped production in Broxburn spirits business Ian Macleod Distillers has been given the green light by Falkirk Council on the restoration, following the lodging of a planning application in. Ian Macleod Distillers will revamp the Rosebank Distillery in Falkirk after the lodging of a planning application in June last year and a subsequent public consultation process. Falkirk Council has now given the green light to the Rosebank restoration, which is one of the most respected and sought-after Lowland single malt whiskies in the world. A Scots distillery which was mothballed for a quarter of a century is closer to its return as work continues to restore the Rosebank Distillery in Falkirk. For over years Rosebank produced malt whisky by the banks of the Forth & Clyde canal.
The Vision Becomes Reality. The Stewart family embarked on the dream of building their own distillery over 10 years ago. Using local labour and expertise within the whisky industry the dream has now been realised, Falkirk Whisky Distillery Company Ltd is now proud to release cask sales. Falkirk Whisky Distillery has now laid the first stone on its road to producing the finest Lowland Malt. The distillery was built from the outside in: two ex Caperdonich copper stills and a tonne copper mash tun, wound their way down the old whisky trail, from Forsyths in Elgin to the site of the new distillery in Search The Phone Book from BT to find contact details of businesses across the UK. The Phone Book ; The Phone Book Distillers in Falkirk Stirlingshire. List View Map View | Related Types of Business | Related Locations. Linlithgow Distillery. Unit 15 Little Mill . An exciting new development by Ogilvie Homes within the popular Stirlingshire village of Dunipace. The Rosebank Development offers two, three and four bedroom luxury homes to suit a wide spectrum of the market. The 'Eden' house-type is a three bedroom semi detached or detached villa. These stylish homes are all constructed to Ogilvie Homes exacting standards and have a 10 year new home.