Winter is coming……

Winter seems to have come early this year and the fat man in the red suit isn’t far behind. The past year has seen loads of exciting things happening at the Arran Brewery!   New Website Launch Our old website was starting to look a bit old and worn out, so we’re amazingly proud to announce a new website that we have just launched this week. It’s still your first stop for all of our great beers and merchandise, but it’s far faster and easier to use, and works perfectly on tablets, smartphones and normal PC’s. To celebrate the launch of our all new website we are offering you 10% off your total cart sales via the online store with the promo code “xmas13”   Public Share Offer. Arran Brewery is pleased to announce our public share offer beginning November 2013. More information on our website, or on   Loch Earn Brewery At the end of November we took possession of the keys to what used to be the Drummond Hotel a grade C listed building set on the shores of the stunning and romantic Loch Earn. Our plan is to open a new brewery, visitors centre, hotel, restaurant, café and a couple of bars. If you have never been to rural Perthshire its well worth a visit, and of course pop in for a meal or even stay the night!   Arran on Hope Street Work is progressing towards the opening of the first of our chain of beer bars, on Hope Street in Glasgow. More news as it happens.   Beers of the World Magazine After a bit of a false start, Beers of the World Magazine is relaunching in a new totally digital format, we have seen the plans the new team have put together and its cutting edge stuff, check out their new website for news and the latest on the imminent release of their new issue. Rosebank Distillery Work continues with the massive project to bring the Rosebank Distillery back into use. When completed it will operate as part of the Arran Brewery family of breweries, as The Forth and Clyde Brewery, and The Camelon Distillery.   Pierhead Tavern We have taken possession of the Pierhead Tavern on The Isle of Arran, this bar was once a core of the community in Lamlash and when it closed down we were keen to make sure that the village didn’t lose it. So we are running it until a permanent buyer can be found.

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