Imperial 1995 G&M
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Imperial Distillery. Built by Thomas Mackenzie, it coincided with Queaan Victoria's Diamond Jubilee which was no doubt an influencing factor when naming the distillery. With a shaky start and history, Imperial distillery started producition in the sumer of 1998 only to close a year later for over 20 years. Production did recommence in 1919 but, again, for only six years. The construction of Imperial differs from other Speyside distilleries as it was built of red Aberdeen Brick with an iron beam and pillar framework tot make it fire resistant. Imperial closed during the 1980's. It was purchased in 1989 by allied Distillers who, reopened the distillery in 1991. It was mothballed in 1998.