Dark, rich & malty with notes of chocolate, coffee and a light smoke on the nose; this deceptively dark and brooding brew is definitely an easy-drinker as Porters go. The dry finish on this London Style Porter is what keeps it surprisingly refreshing and sessionable. Drawing inspiration from the old breweries of The Big Smoke allowed us to make a Porter reminiscent of the humble beginnings of the…
Inspired by the righteous beats of Funkadelic, we�ve created a tart tongue-twister in our Raspberry Red Rye Sour. Based on the recipe for our ever-popular Red Rye, we turbo-charged this earthy and toasty beer with heaps of fresh raspberries and a gentle sour mash it for a slightly tart finish to compliment the raspberry.
A light malt base allows fruity New World hops to shine and create this refreshing session beer, similar to a blond. Generous dry hopping with a blend of U.S hops gives this easy-drinker a big hit of tropical notes layered with more subtle elderflower undertones. Made to satisfy the classic British Pale Ale drinker�s palette with its light and slightly dry body, while appealing to more modern drin…
Named after our Neighbourhood in Portobello. A copper coloured, aromatic beer brewed as a traditional American IPA made with pale and crystal malts and cascade and centennial American hops for a modern, citrusy finish.
This classic Scots ale is as dark and brooding as the storms which sweep across our remote Atlantic outcrop. Some detect a savoury note � perhaps from the peat in our water or the sea salt in the air � but our dark roasted barley, chocolate malt character is unmistakable, making this a dark beer to rival them all.
A modern take on the classic Indian Pale Ale, our award-winning IPA is citrusy in character and as light as a summer�s days on our island. We use just the right amount of bittersweet hops, blended with the best barley and pure Hebridean water to deliver a beer that showcases our brewing skill and passion.
Named after a remote sheltered cliff-top on the island, Pig�s Paradise is where the island�s porkers gathered above the crashing seas for protection from storms and to feast on Atlantic wildflowers. One misplaced trotter and these pigs were bacon. Their quest for full flavoured treats, inspired us to create a refreshing, session blonde beer with depth and crispness.
BILL�S BEER HAS BEEN CREATED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE BILL MCLAREN FOUNDATION TO CELEBRATE THE LEGACY OF ONE OF THE SPORTING WORLD�S MOST ICONIC FIGURES. KNOWN AS �THE VOICE OF RUGBY� BILL�S LEGENDARY COMMENTARY AND UNIQUE PHRASING IS FONDLY REMEMBERED BY MANY AND NOW YOU CAN ENJOY A DELIGHTFUL BEER WHILST REMINISCING ON YOUR FAVOURITE ANECDOTES. PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF EVERY UNIT TO GO THE BILL…
Our first new release of 2020 we got hold of some of our favourite hops Galaxy and Mosaic and made a one off draught product. It's 4.5% and packed full of oats to give a large mouthfeel. There's large tropical fruit notes and a punchy taste to keep you drinking more.
The Original Craft Beer; brewed in Scotland since 2000 B.C. The Brotherhood have been guardians of the ancient Gaelic recipe for "Leann Fraoch" (Heather Ale) since 1988 & are proud to be the only brewery still producing this unique style of beer & distributing it world-wide. A light amber ale with floral-peaty aroma, full malt character, and a spicy herbal finish - This beer allows you to literall…
At least four hundred years ago, the coastal & Island farmers of Scotland used seaweed beds to grow their cereal crops. This barley produced very interesting flavours in the ale and whiskey they produced. Including bladderwrack seaweed in the mash tun alo
First brewed as part of the Seasons project with Cromarty, Fallen & Tempest, this is a big rich milk stout, balanced with savoury licorice and actual salty North Sea water, foraged by Matt�s kids with buckets.
This UK style IPA comes from Swannay Brewery, craft brewers from Orkney in Scotland. This craft IPA is like those that would have arrived in the colonies back in the day. Heavily hopped but matured from their time at sea on the boat, the way the ingredients still make their way to the Highland brewery today.
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