Old Engine Oil

Smooth chocolate flavour, nicely balanced by the bitterness of the hops, a delicious 'after dinner' beer.

Nimbus Blonde

Big biscuity malt and rich fruit nose. Spicy hops and tart fruit in the long, bittersweet finish.

Hebridean Gold

There is fruit - apple, apricot - but fairly recessed and runs in line with a toffee-ish note-ette. A real gem.

Red Cuillin

Definitely a Scots ale with nutty raisin malt cut with black malt for a smoky effect.

Fraoch Heather Ale

A light amber ale with floral peaty aroma, a spicy herbal flavour and dry wine like finish.

Three Sisters

Berry fruits dominate the aroma, the bittersweet finish has rich grain and strong hints of fruit.


Fresh, grapefruity taste. Served at cellar temperature without filtering or extra fizz.

Bitter & Twisted

A sharp, blond beer with a fresh hop profile combining aromatic Hallertau Hersbrucker with spicy Challenger.

Northern Light

Citrus-character beer with a subtle malt backbone and zeisty hop flavors.

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A name with history...

Charles Edward Stuart (1720 - 88), «Bonnie Prince Charlie», the young pretender, was born and educated in Rome. With french support he made his first expedition to Scotland in 1745. Joined by MacDonald clansmen he took Edinburgh and defeated government forces at the battle of Prestonpans in September.

Within weeks, the Bonnie Prince started his invasion of England. But defeat was inevitable and by April 1746 he had become a hunted man with £30'000 on his head. He fled to France. The Prince had to leave France in 1748 and for years he wandered around Europe in various disguises.

Debauchery, drink and his flaming temper cost him his health and his friends. He married Princess Louise de Stolberg in Rome 1766 but the marriage was dissolved in 1772.

«Bonnie Prince Charlie» died 1788 in Rome.