Scottish microbreweries

Simply the best beer that Scotland has to offer!

Red Cuillin 4.2% ABV, Black Cuillin 4.5%, Hebridean Gold 4.3% 500ml (Isle of Skye)
Three beauties from the island's only brewery. The Red, like the hills it's named after, is rounded and pleasing, smooth, malty and slightly nutty, a premium ale. The Black is a stout-like beer, brewed with rolled oats and Scottish honey for plenty of bitter, dark, roasted oat and chocolatey depth. Heb Gold is a lighter, distinctively different ale, brewed with porridge oats for smoothness and a deep and creamy head. £4.95
Old Bridge Ale 4.1% ABV, 500ml (Isle of Skye)
Also from Skye! Crafted from the crystal clear water from the Cuillin Hills that flows under the old Sligachan Bridge, this chestnut coloured ale has a hint of nuttiness and a well rounded taste. £4.95
Arran Blonde 5.0% ABV, 500ml (Arran)
From an island off the Scottish West Coast comes a light golden-coloured beer with a white, quite persistent head. Fine, citrussy flavours with a real creaminess. £4.95
5AM Saint Brewdog 5.0% ABV, 330ml (Aberdeenshire)
An American Amber / Red Ale style beer with citrus piney hops upfront though not as intense as in the aroma. Beautifully balanced with immediate aromas of pine, with underlying malt and notes of candied apricot. £4.45
Skull Splitter Ale 8.5% ABV, 330ml (Orkney)
A strong beer named after Thorfinn Einarsson the 7th Viking Earl of Orkney. A rich fruity wine-like complexity on the palate includes fresh & dried fruits, warm exotic spice & light summer citrus fruits. Sophisticated, satiny smooth with a deceptively light character! £4.45
Innis & Gunn Oak Aged 6.6% ABV, 330ml (Edinburgh)
An innovative product, this Edinburgh ale is aged in brand new malt whisky barrels, made from American oak. The oak influence is more noticeable on the palate, where a luscious vanilla and caramel note permeates the beer. The freshness of the hops cuts through and the acidity is clean in the finish. £4.45