Arran Brewery Newsletter March 2018

Well, the clocks have changed and spring is supposedly here, although the mountains are still covered with snow, so it’s difficult to tell. But here’s our March Newsletter.

Loch Earn Coffee Shop

The coffee shop at Loch Earn is open for the season, and if you’re passing why not drop in an enjoy spectacular views like the one above.

Arran Milestone

Arran Milestone was produced to mark the 1000th brew on Arran. Bottle conditioned beer was chosen due to the increasing demand for the excellent characteristics and flavour produced by having beer with live yeast in the bottle.
This beer has a superb character and has been described as a real “beer for the beer drinking person”.
It is equally good drunk on its own as it is with most, fuller flavoured, foods.

More information can be found at

Arran Blonde wins Silver at SIBA Independent Beer Awards

Arran Blonde has another award to add to it’s collection, the Silver for Keg Strong Bitters & Pale Ales at this years SIBA Independent Beer Awards.

Arran Brewery to launch “Home Land” commerative ale

Arran Brewery to make a special brew from an 1800s recipe for the North American market called “Home Land” to commemorate the Arran Clearances and money raised will go to displaced people of the world today so they too can make a new life in a foreign land.

Well that’s everything we’ve got this month, until next time.

From Everyone at the Isle of Arran Brewery

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