Mitchell's Glengyle Whisky Distillery
J & A Mitchell | 2004Glengyle distillery was established in 1872 in Campbeltown by William Mitchell, the son of Springbank Distillery founder Archibald Mitchell and in 1925 the distillery closed its doors, only to be reopened 2004. The whisky produced at Mitchell Glengyle distillery is called Kilkerran, meaning ‘Saint Kerran Head of the loch’ and is derived from the Gaelic ‘Ceann Loch Cille Chiarain’
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