Blonde in Cans

    We’re proud to announce our award winning Arran Blonde is now available in Cans. Now the big question everyone has been asking us is, does it taste better than it does in bottles?, well sorry we can’t say as we love both. So give it a try and let us know what you think!

Fire at Loch Earn

    Our site at Loch Earn suffered a fire recently, the fire itself was small and dealt with efficiently by the Local Fire Service, it did however cause smoke damage to many of the hotel rooms which had been refitted. This has set us back many months as the site was nearly ready to open, and therefore we won’t be opening the hotel until next year now.

Website

    Our website was recently down for a day or two, but we got our team straight on it, and its back up now. Check out everything we’ve got on offer, as we may have a few offerings you’ve not tried. As an apology for the downtime, we’re offering a 10% discount on mail order at the moment, enter the code “halloween2017” during your purchase process.

Refit at Devils Dyke

Our Devils Dyke Brewery in Cambridgeshire has recently been upgraded and refitted, and will soon go into production creating our more experimental brews such as The Devils Blonde and Devils Dyke Pale Ale. The old brewery equipment from Devils Dyke has been moved to our Dreghorn site to be used by the brew school there and for our 2019 sour and speciality beers programme.

Burglaries at Dreghorn

    Our woes with new sites haven’t been limited to fires, but burglaries as well, with our site in Dreghorn, North Ayrshire being broken into many times in the last month, with break ins on September 18, 19, 23, 24 and 25, with damage at the site now amounting to around £100,000. We already had to change our plans for our bottling plant moving it from Dreghorn to Arran which is more secure but more remote.

Awards

    We’ve always pleased to see when judges in competitions like our beer as much as we do, and are very pleased to see our Arran Blonde with the Silver award in the “Cask Strong Bitters & Pale Ales” category at the Siba Scotland awards.

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