- Founded: 1852
- Status: Closed 1983
- Region: Lowland, Scotland, Carse Bridge, Alloa
- Online: n/a
History Established by John Bald who was granted the license to operate a distillery in the parish of Carse Bridge near Alloa in 1798. The distillery was converted to grain production in 1852 with the installation of two Coffey stills. Joining the Distiller Company Ltd in 1877. Carsebridge transferred to Scotitsh Grain Distillers in 1966. Following DCLs acquisition by Guiness, Carsebridge was closed in 1983 and later distillery buidlings were demolished in the 1990’s except for the Cooperage which remained operational before transferring across to the Cambus site in 2011.
The Whiskyphiles tasting notes
The Spirit Still
- Carsebridge 52 Years Old 1964 - The Spirit Still Carsebridge 52 Years Old 1964 Single Grain Scotch Whisky Review: Beautifully sweet but also fantastically proud of its grain spirit heritage, incredibly sweet, fresh and lively for its age. I could easily loose myself on the nose alone. The palate has a little bitterness from the oak wood and a zing of tropical fruit juice but these provide the perfect foil to a mass of white chocolate, vanilla, coconut and banana sweetness. The finish is a little shorter than I wanted it to be, but again for a single grain whisky exactly what I was expecting. 92/100