100% British ingredients, rich red fruit ale with oaky, sweet aromas and a chocolate treacle taste. This premium ale has many awards to its name such as SIBA's Overall SUPREME CHAMPION Cask Ale in 2005.
Named after Paisley's river, White Cart Water, this golden full-bodied ale boasts smacks of flavour. The appearance is enhanced by a touch of wheat malt, giving good head retention and a wonderfully dry after-taste that won't be easily forgotten. As the name suggests feel free to enjoy 'Cart Blanche' as the mood dictates.
Loosely means Summer Beer (taken from Czech and Italian). Originally brewed for the Summer season but due to overwhelming popularity it is now permanent. A pale, dry, citrus, hoppy session ale.
A traditional style of ale typical of the East of Scotland. A superb classic with a deep copper hue and light bronze creamy foam. 80/- is brewed using Belhaven yeast and allowed to ferment at a slightly higher temperature. This delivers satisfying malt flavours and layers of soft fruit with a toffee finish.
Bitter with a faint flowery aroma and a moderately fruity, malty taste. The finish is long but pleasantly bitter with some sweetness and dryness.
A full-bodied, very distinctive beer with a bitter-sweet aftertaste.
A spicy, fruity amber ale. The perfect drop to share wi' the chieftain o' the puddin'-race!
A pale straw colour. Refreshing citrus flavours dominate the palate with hints of Brioche and fresh bread, giving way to a clean refreshing hoppy aftertaste.
Hard to categorise as a stout or old ale. Sweetish roast malt taste leads to a long lasting roasted, slightly bitter finish. Rich fruity nose balanced by flavours of chocolate, dried fruit and figs.