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    Default Glenglassaugh Distillery


    Glenglassaugh is an unusual coastal two-still distillery fully rebuilt in 1960, though there was a distillery on-site from 1875 and the original stores buildings remain. Easy access and non-existent security, though there are houses nearby. Interesting (if odd) is that much of the equipment has been left behind, including the valuable stills.

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    Default Re: Glenglassaugh Distillery


    Woaw! Amazing looking location!

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    Default Re: Glenglassaugh Distillery


    Yeah! I was expecting a stripped-out shell of a building for being abandoned for 19 years. It was all a pleasant surprise.:)

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