No cardboard tasting lager here!
We’re delighted to bring you our game changin’ clean, crisp and bloody delicious craft lager, Tap’s Aff.
Coming in at 4.5% with a malty mouthfeel, perfect carbonation and a balanced subtle hoppiness, this really will put our brewery on the map. Tap’s Aff: clothing optional.
Brand new for 2020!
This extremely moreish 4.6% abv stout has hints of coffee and chocolate on the nose and is chocolatey to taste with an incredible raspberry aftertaste. This beer is the first to be released by Nolan and in partnership with @Brewgooder, 20% of our profits will aid clean water projects in Malawi.
A peach and raspberry sour beer rammed with fruit and with a crazy sourness befitting of the name!
Our multi award winning beer – best sour beer ever consumed by an East Lothian butcher on a Tuesday morning, most ravishing fruit beer of the 2019 Pencaitland conker championship, and best Winton Brewery label of the year 2019. Basically, it is fantastic and we struggle to keep up with demand!
Fruitier than a cauld wind up yer kilt!
A refreshingly crisp, citrus, slight grassiness and carefully hopped IPA.
We bloody love Peelywally and it has been a real passion of ours to get it right. Brewed countless times at home with various ABV (3%-9.3 %!) and with different hops but this is the winner.
In Scots, Peelywally literally means, pale.
When you were wee, your mum would say “You look awfy Peelywally” meaning you’re not looking too well. Alternatively, when you see a Scotsman on the first day of his holiday, you could say “He looks Peelywally” as our skin is pale blue and nigh on see through.
Barryswally is Peelywally’s bigger brother. More hops, more flavour, more handsome and stronger!
(Pretty much Stevie Vs David!)
Bruce Juice is our limited edition IPA for the cracking Haddington 700 festival.
This 5% IPA is equally fresh and crisp with citrus notes but offers a slightly hoppier taste than our PeelyWally. This is your once in a lifetime chance to drink the exact same beer frequently enjoyed by Sir Robert the Bruce.
Fresher than a cauld wind up your kilt!
*Note this may or may not accurately reflect historical events.