Cameron Bridge Distillers
Not open to the public.
Owned by Diageo, Cameron Bridge is Scotland's largest grain distillery. In 1989 it was converted into a dual-purpose site, when United Distillers’ Grain Neutral Spirit operation transferred to Fife. Now neutral spirit for big name alcoholic drinks such as Archers, Pimm's, Smirnoff, Tanqueray and Gordon's Gin is produced alongside grain spirit used in the Johnnie Walker, J&B, Bell's, Black & White, Vat 69, Haig and White Horse blended whisky brands owned by Diageo. The complex, extensively upgraded in 1989-92 and 2000, contains Gordon's gin stills, transported from the former site of production in Essex. 'Old Tom' is one of these - a gin still that has been in continuous use since the reign of King George III.