The distillery was converted from a brewery, which had been on the site since 1786. It was originally called Strathmore but then renamed North of Scotland, rather confusingly given its southerly location. The distillery never had pot stills but for the first three years ran malted barley through the continuous stills, but then changed to normal grain distillation. The site was close to Diageo's Cambus distillery, and since it's closure the site has been acquired by Diageo for use as bonded warehouses. George Christie went on to build the Speyside distillery near Kingussie.
The site of North of Scotland Distillery was in Cambus, between Alloa and Stirling. The nearest stations are Alloa (ALO); Stirling (STG). Live Train Times: ALO, STG.
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No own bottlings as such, but Scott's Selection/Private Cellar released a number of bottles - these were brands used by George Christie's Speyside distillery. Independent bottlings are becoming increasingly rare.
RMW, TWE Links are to their Grain pages.
Master of Malt lists some discontinued bottles