The distillery that formed the Scottish and Irish whisky industries as we know them today

Almost 200 years from its closure, the Kennetpans legacy still lives on

To this day both the Haig brand and the largest Irish brand (Jamesons) have their roots at Kennetpans, not to mention Europe's largest spirit distillery (Cameronbridge).

Last but not least, the Steins founded the export market for Scotch whisky which is now worth over £4.25 billion to the Scottish economy.

I challenge anyone to name a distillery past or present that has impacted more on our whisky industry

Kennetpans is not a lost distillery
It is a lost legend

If you would like to make a donation to the Kennetpans Trust, Charity Number SC042668, please either:

Send a cheque  (made out to Kennetpans Trust) or postal order to: KennetpansTrust, 3 The Cottages, Kennetpans, Clackmannan, FK10 4BW

Bank transfer to Kennetpans Trust - Account No 10793288 - Sort Code 83-15-15

Paypal 

We would be very grateful for your help in saving this important part of Scottish history.

THANK YOU

 

 

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Experts Comments

“Kennetpans is an important site in the Historic development of the whisky industry, and for something to survive since 18th century and being an early forerunner in the industrial revolution of Scotland, I agree it should be saved.”

Alan Winchester
Whisky Historian
Master Distiller The Glenlivet Distilleries