The Strathclyde Grain distillery is a Scotch whisky distillery, located in the Gorbals district of Glasgow, Scotland, on the south bank of the Clyde river. The distillery was founded in 1927 by Seager Evans and Co, with the first spirit produced in 1928. The company was acquired by Schenley Industries of New York in 1956, who invested heavily in the site, including the addition of a Single malt whisky branded Kinclaith, which started producing in 1958. The Kinclaith still was closed in 1975 to make way for the expanding grain distillery buildings. Today the distillery is part of the Pernod Ricard group. The grain whisky produced at Strathclyde is intended for developing blends, and as such there is no official bottling, however it is occasionally available from independent bottlers.
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