Springwell was on the road between High Blantyre and Blantyre, on the right hand side. I believe they got bought out by Barrs who promptly closed down the yard. It had been there since 1900 at least.
On a Sunday my dad used to send me to the shops for two bottles of ginger (returning the previous weeks for a refund on the deposit of course). Always the same two bottles, one of Barrs Iron Bru and one of Robertsons 5 Star Auld Scots Ginger Beer.
I remember Alpine very well, it was one of those home delivery services that has died out as we've all moved into security controlled flats. As someone has already pointed out, along with the milk delivery service it really was incredibly enviromentally sound as you returned your bottles (as every publican used to with their beer empties) for reuse. Also it was very cheap, you got a litre for 50p. the bottles were incredibly thick with heavy ribbing round 'em. Really, where I grew up you hardly had to go out the estate to get everything you needed as the grocers van, greengrocers van, bakers and butchers wagons, rag and bone fella with his horse and cart and even a "mini market" van called nearly everyday and on a Saturday the Cream Boy (usually a sweating adolescent) came round with his two buckets of cream, one single one double. Can you imagine that now?
Here is a picture of a Jubblyhttp://www.lightstraw.co.uk/faded/f_jubblyoj.gif
And I found thishttp://www.blantyre.biz/RobertsonsGingerCairt.htm