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Blonde in keg

Our bar is open this weekend!

Festive season opening times

Please note that the brewery is closed till the 6th of December. Please feel free to join us at the Pierhead tavern in Lamlash for a few festive beers. Any orders placed online will be despatched as soon as the brewey re – opens on the 6th. We at arran brewery hope you have a great christmas and a very happy new year.

Arran seals deal to fund Loch Earn micro-brewery

Gerald Michaluk of Arran Brewery revealed plans to ‘diversity and expand’ the business. Picture: Kevin GibsonREAL ale maker Arran Brewery has bought the Drummond Hotel on the banks of Loch Earn and unveiled plans to turn it into a lager brewery. Managing director Gerald Michaluk told The Scotsman that he will re-open the hotel with a bistro serving dishes created with Arran ales and a sushi bar to promote the firm’s saki. Victorian boatsheds behind the hotel at St Fillans will be converted to house the brewery, while a visitors centre will also be located at the facility. At least 20 jobs […]


We at Arran Brewery would like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.   We close today (20th December) at 1pm till the 6th of January. You can keep up to date with us via Twitter and Facebook.   See you all in 2014!   Arran Brewery


Arran Brewery in the BQ mag

Our beer in Spain?

The Beer Boutique in Valencia has started stocking a few of our beers.   From the site———-       We start with the last to arrive, from the Isle of Arran and more specifically of Arran Brewery They are the Blonde a Golden Ale very, very tasty and less British than it is presupposed, the Sunset , a very aromatic and hoppy beer ‘british’ style and the Dark, which despite its name and be a little oscurita may fall within the style of Bitter and which won the WBA (World Beer Awards) 2012 in the categories of Best Dark Brown Europe and the World

Loch Earn Brewery

ARRAN Brewery has unveiled plans to open a hotel with bars, restaurants, brewery and visitor centre on the banks of Loch Earn. Bank of Scotland has agreed to finance 80% of the redevelopment costs for phase one of Arran’s plans to revitalise the former Drummond Hotel in St Fillans.The finance deal comes as Arran bids to raise up to £4 million in a crowd-funding initiative next month, with the proceeds earmarked for a brewery, bottling and visitor centre at the former Rosebank Distillery in Falkirk. It also hopes to expand its Arran brewery. In St Fillans, Arran is developing a 30-bedroom […]