Pale ale single hopped with Citra. Fresh tasting with notes of orange peel and honey and lemon. Slightly grassy with a clean dry finish.
A Red Rye based beer, recklessly laced with American Hops during the boil and dry hopped after fermentation with more USA and NZ varieties. A real fruity character with a smooth bitterness, perfect to rock your senses to the edge.
A refreshing session ale that’s light on strength but big on flavour, packed with the fruity characteristics of New Zealand Motueka hops.
A cloudy effervescent hefeweizen bursting with bananas and caramel.
Milk Stout with hints of orange and vanilla, and a smooth coffee finish.
As we’re 300 years old this year we thought we’d celebrate with a beer. We’ve brewed a perfectly modern 5% pale ale aptly named after the year of our creation.
A light, uncomplicated session bitter. Copper coloured with a bitter introduction, sweetish malt undertone and refreshing increasing bitterness.
A full-bodied, very distinctive beer with a bitter-sweet aftertaste.
A full bodied, full flavoured auburn coloured classic heavy that was originally brewed for the world famous Athletic Arms (Diggers) in Edinburgh. It is easy drinking with aromas of malt, light hops and fruit to compliment it's smooth and creamy texture.
A tropical fruit salad of a beer! Enjoy pineapple, mango and tangerine on the nose, and ripe stone fruits on taste; Hurricane is a big, smooth, fruity IPA, with a gentle lingering bitterness.
This is summer in a glass. A light, crisp, refreshing beer that delivers a hint of rose and berries on the nose and then a burst of raspberry flavour on the palate with a tart finish from the saison yeast.
Very well hopped IPA, malty to start, bittersweet with a strong citrus aroma.
A very refreshing, easy drinking Orkney light ale. Hopped with American and Polish hops early and late in the copper. Our old school session beer.
A golden oatmeal pale ale brewed with loads of Amarillo, Centennial and Simcoe hops.
We use all pale malt and lots of New Zealand hops to create this hoppy but still sessionable low strength beer.
The label depicts the voluntary scuttling of the interned German fleet in Scapa Flow, 1919. Once the anchorage of the British Home Fleet, today Scapa Flow is a world class diving destination. Three malts and five hops - from Britain, Germany and the US - make Scapa Special a classic pale ale.
Extra pale and hopped wholly with the fabulous and infamous Citra. Superbly fresh, hoppy aroma and flavour. One for drinking in the sun.