Dark red, rich and fruity. This mighty beer has many awards to its name. The swirling mix of flavours produces a complex but satisfying experience.
The use of a unique malt combination gives a distinct red hue and a rich malt base complemented by a clean aroma and a robust hop bitterness.
Named after Renfrewshire’s highest hill, in Lochwinnoch. A dry hoppy amber ale with a long-lasting bitter finish.
Heavily hopped pale ale with extreme fruit and hoppy flavours, but a bitter punch. Golden, tropical fruits and grapefruit might be a couple flavours you taste here.
Smooth, dark and dangerous, this ale is designed to warm the cockles of your heart whilst sitting around the ingle after a long cold winter's day outdoors. Although dark and and robust the aftertones of liquorice and blackcurrant make this an ale of complex character, not to be missed.
Bitter with a faint flowery aroma and a moderately fruity, malty taste. The finish is long but pleasantly bitter with some sweetness and dryness.
Rich in character and long on refreshment. Solid gold in colour, strongly aromatic, with hints of fresh citrus. The distinctive light malt and fresh floral flavours combine with the zesty citric hop to deliver a mouth-watering adventure.
A full-bodied, very distinctive beer with a bitter-sweet aftertaste.