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Isle of Arran Brewery, Brodick
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  • It's hard to fine many good IPAs in Scotland, and this brewery makes a fine one, Brewery Dug. Keep up the good work, brewmasters. 
  • Popped here today for a tour. The shop itself is quite small but well stocked with beers/t shirts/jumpers/ little gifts. The woman behind the till was also the tour guide. Although the brewery is quit...  more »
  • We visited the brewery during our stay on the Isle of Arran. We were two adults and two children (14), while no beer, but still are interested in the production. The lead started little late and was conducted in two groups. While one group was the Brewery tour, the tasting was already carried by the second group. The guide was very informative and was also at all stations of the art of brewing. We were unfortunately in the week, was not brewed in the. Impressive is that here everything is in the hands of a few employees, but running your job with passion. At the time of our visit, a filler and the labeller was defective, so that only 750 bottles could be bottled beer instead of the usual 1,500 per day and the bottles were labeled by HAND. The tasting of all here brewed varieties was not so satisfactory. The varieties were but all explained, but then to taste one after the other in the same plastic cups poured, so that at the end, a mixture of 8 varieties in the Cup had left their taste.
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