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Built near the bridge that replaced the previous ford river crossing, The Cameronbridge Grain Distillery originally opened in 1824 as the Haig distillery. Two years later it became the first distillery to produce grain whisky using the then revolutionary Column still method invented by Robert Stein.
The largest whisky distillery in Scotland, Cameronbridge grain distillery is capable of producing around 120 million litres of spirit annually and predominantly distills fermented wheat.
Distilled in Cameronbridge, Clubman is a single grain Scotch whisky matured exclusively in American oak ex-bourbon casks. Released 3rd August 2016, Clubman is the second iteration of Haig Club, a brand Diageo launched in 2014 in partnership with David Beckham and British entrepreneur Simon Fuller.
Unveiled in London 8th April 2014, the launch of this whisky by Diageo lit up the global news networks. Not due to its being one of the few mainstream bottlings of a grain whisky, but because of its being marketed in partnership with sporting celebrity David Beckham and pop impresario Simon Fuller.
Cameronbrig (distillery one word, whisky brand two) is a Lowlands distillery founded by John Haig in 1824. It was John Haig's cousin, Robert Stein, who invented the first continuous still and accordingly Cameronbridge Distillery was the birthplace of column still grain whisky.