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1892 The Leith whisky blender, Charles Mackinlay and Company, developed a new distillery in partnership with James Birnie, formerly manager at the neighbouring [[Glen Albyn Distillery]]
1892 The Leith whisky blender, Charles Mackinlay and Company, developed a new distillery in partnership with James Birnie, formerly manager at the neighbouring [[Glen Albyn Distillery]]


1906 Mackinlays and Birnie Limited was incorporated
1906 Mackinlays and Birnie Limited was incorporated as a private company, with capital of £30,000.<ref>The Scotsman 17 February 1906</ref>


1920 The Glen Albyn Distillery was taken over
1920 The Glen Albyn Distillery was taken over

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Whisky distillers, Glen Mhor Distillery, Inverness

1892 The Leith whisky blender, Charles Mackinlay and Company, developed a new distillery in partnership with James Birnie, formerly manager at the neighbouring Glen Albyn Distillery

1906 Mackinlays and Birnie Limited was incorporated as a private company, with capital of £30,000.[1]

1920 The Glen Albyn Distillery was taken over

1972 The business was taken over by the Distillers Co

1983 In a depressed whisky market both distilleries were closed and subsequently demolished

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Sources of Information

  1. The Scotsman 17 February 1906