The distillery was converted from a mill to a malt distillery in 1806. Continuous stills added in 1823, and a Lomond Still was in operation between 1836 and 1966. The site was expanded to include the near by Cambus Brewery in 1882 and further expansion took place over the years, but by 1993 it was considered surplus to requirements.
Maldt Madness, Wikipedia, WhiskyMerchants.co.uk
The site of Cambus Distillery was near Tullibody, between Alloa and Stirling. The nearest stations are Alloa (ALO); Stirling (STG). Live Train Times: ALO, STG . Though the railway passes the site, and the site is on Station Road, there is no longer any trace of a station, despite the restoration of a passenger service to Alloa.
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No own bottlings in recent years, but was bottled as 7yo Cambus Patent Still Scotch Grain Whisky in the early 20th century and possibly as Tullybody Single Grain at one time. The most readily available bottling currently is from Signatory, but other independents bottle Cambus from time to time.
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Photos on this page were taken by me. Click on photo to enlarge. Full size versions of all my photos of Cambus Distillery are available on Flickr.