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New beers and Christmas orders

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New beers and Christmas orders

Release of Double Rocker, re-release of 3rd Anniversary and some Christmas orders and shop info

Seasons Project - Summer

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Seasons Project - Summer

Innovative young microbrewery in the Scottish Highlands producing quality craft beers made from the finest local and worldwide ingredients.

Five years down, bring on 2017

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Five years down, bring on 2017

Our fifth birthday, our Anniversary ale release and a harmonious collaboration with By Sea By Land highland clothing

White IPA or American Brown?

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White IPA or American Brown?

Release of Whiteout Session White IPA and re-release of Husky Brown Winter Ale.

Wild Bush

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Wild Bush

Foraged Saison made with local hand picked Gorse flowers and barrel aged in Chardonnay wine barrels for 14 months.

Arctic Swell

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Arctic Swell

Release of our new Vienna Lager - Arctic Swell.

It’s Our Second Birthday!

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It’s Our Second Birthday!

A Double Dry Hopped Barley Wine weighing in at 9% abv.

Cone Head Tempest Collab 2013

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Cone Head Tempest Collab 2013

A beer made using locally foraged pine cones and a freshly propagated batch of Belgium yeast.

Brewdog Collab Fest beer

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Black Rocker is a collaborative beer made with the Brewdog Aberdeen bar for Collab Fest 2013.

2 Craigs Unstout

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A collaboration French farmhouse ale with the old friend and brewer Craig Allan.

A van load of Pumpkin

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A Pumpkin and Carrot collaborative brew with Tempest Brewing.

Winning weekend

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On Saturday we were presented with a CAMRA award for coming both first and second place in a public vote at the CAMRA Aberdeen and North East beer festival earlier this year.

Why Red Rocker?

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Why Red Rocker?

The Black Isle is famous for its masses of red rock through its soils, and also it has some really cool bike trails right next to the brewery.

Edinburgh Launch Night

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Edinburgh Launch Night

A busy morning in the brewery printing up temporary pump clips, organising a band, checking current brews and packing my bags and I was ready to take the 3 hour 7 hour journey via Inverurie to Edinburgh.

Chilly Chappy

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A one-off Eisbock styled version of our Happy Chappy new wave pale ale.