A refreshing, well balanced pale yellow, quite malty craft style lager. Brewed using locally sourced water, Scottish, sown, grown and malted barley, light caramalt malt and wheat malt. The moderate bitterness comes from a mixture of Target, Goldings and Scottish Pioneer (when available) hops. It has a subtle floral, spicy and slightly citrussy noble hop aroma.
A mahogany coloured ale with medium to light body. Challenger and Fuggles hops are added plentifully giving initial bitterness that is then balanced by a caramel finish from the roast malts.
A golden dry ale, with slight fruit tones and a moderate bitterness. Fresh hop cones are added in four stages to contribute a more complex character, resulting in an easy to drink ale that offers refreshment with a little extra spice.
A distinctive golden lager that is brewed with Guinness yeast, Irish barley and the best of hops from both Australia and USA – Galaxy, Topaz, (AUS) and Mosaic (USA). It has a sweet fruity aroma, with hints of Apricot and Peach, and subtle malt notes breaking through. On taste, Hop House 13 is full flavored while still being crisp and hoppy (but not bitter) with a refreshing clean finish.
Unmistakeably GUINNESS, from the first velvet sip to the last, lingering drop. And every deep-dark satisfying mouthful in between.
Single-hop session pale ale with simple malt body and liberal dry-hopping using Calypso hops.
Award winning new recipe. A light golden colour with a high proportion of wheat and corn giving it a clean fresh taste on top of which there is masses of hop, fruit and citrus flavours with elderflower on the nose.
Kelburn’s red, rich and smooth tribute to Rabbie Burn’s Tam o’ Shanter. A pleasant bitter, balanced at 4.4% so you don’t get too “fou and unco happy” Triple-hopped using whole cones to give a fruity, floral depth with a citrus finish.
We've taken our ever popular Radical Road 6.4% and switch the alcohol content to make a more session-able version at 4.6%. The hops have been tweaked to give loads of character but not over power this beer.
A dark amber coloured bittersweet ale with an aroma of caramel malt and a hint of lemon. Taste of rich caramel malts with a touch of toffee and soft citrus flavours leading to a good bitter hoppy finish.
Distinctive citrus flavours in this prize-winning ale. Using a combination of American hops and Scottish malt, Carronade refreshes the palette with each mouthful leaving you wanting more.
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.