1919 - Dallas Dhu was sold to J. P. O'Brian
1921 - Dallas Dhu was sold to Benmore
Distilleries Ltd with much of the Dallas Dhu
Malt Whisky used in their Benmore Blended
1928 - Benmore's Distilleries was taken over
by the Distillers Company (DCL), with them
closing the Distillery until 1936.
1939 - Dallas Dhu was damaged by a fire.
1947 - after World War Two, the Distillery
1950s - Dallas Dhu was converted to run on
1950s / 1960s - the Distillery was expanded
with new equipment to increase production.
1968 - Dallas Dhu stopped Malting Barley as
the owners had built a large Malting Plant at
Burghead to produce Malted Barley for all their
1968 - 1969 - the Stills were replaced.
1971 - the Stills were converted from Coal
heat to Oil-Fired Steam heat.
1983 - Dallas Dhu Distillery was closed,
with reasons given as Financial and an
unreliable Water Supply, with the last barrel
filled on 16th March of that year.
1988 - Dallas Dhu Distillery was opened to
the public by Scotland's Historic Buildings and
1929 - Historic Scotland took over the
operation of running Dallas Dhu as a
2015 - Historic Scotland merged with the
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical
Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS), now known as
Environment Scotland, looking after many of
the top attractions in Scotland, including
Edinburgh Castle, Stirling
Castle, and the Wallace
2018 - Dallas Dhu Distillery was offered on
the market to companies interested in producing
Whisky from the Distillery once again.