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Cost £3 each for the chap to open the door and let us into a 20 foot corridor. Couple of signs on wall and 2 windows you could see through to look at brewing equipment The others were pitch black. Not worth doing. Done the...More
Me and my partner are beer lovers and so decided to give the tour a try. Very informative and friendly tour guide. Got to try a good selection of beer at the end of the tour and then pick up a few bottles in the...More
Visited the shop here to find out if they still brew the puffers. To our delight they did! Sadly the gentleman who served us didn’t seem to know much about the pricing of the beers but filled us with information on the beer.
We thought the place was poorly organised. Open from 9.00 am until 5.00 pm. So, we went at 2.45 pm to be told the only tour was at 2.00 pm.
Next, the ' brewery shop ' was overpriced with the exact same beers available in...More
I went on a 2pm tour of the brewery on a rainy day last week - highly recommend this. Great and informative tour with a tasting session afterwards. The tour costs £7, which is reasonable and the tour guide was friendly and informative. This is...More
I did the brewery tour yesterday. Friendly staff, interesting tour and great beers. This is a small operation, so don't expect slick or polished. But a great way to spend an hour on Arran. And it is also the start of one of the paths...More
The shop offers fun t-shirts and of course beer. Please be aware that you can buy the blonde beer in normal supermarkets though. Apart from that the staff was friendly and I bought a great gift for a friend.
Recently had a tour round the brewery and found it very enjoyable. The girl doing the tour was very good, and there were plenty samples to try. Dont read too much into the the negatives put on here - we found it a very enjoyable...More