Core Range of Beers

California Common

ABV: 4.6%

Style: American Pale Ale

This style of beer was first brewed in the Californian gold rush days to slake the thirst of miners. Originally known as Steam Beer it is one of the few styles native to North America.

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Musselburgh Broke

ABV: 4.5%

Style: Scotch or Scottish Ale

A modern take on a 19th century Scotch Ale discovered by a drayman's accident whilst delivering to a Musselburgh pub. The ale uses four types of malt to give it that classic Scotch sweetness.

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India Pale Ale

ABV: 5%

Style: India Pale Ale - IPA

These days, no brewer would be complete without their own take on an IPA. Designed specifically to travel by heavy hopping, the style is nowadays eponymous with craft brewers pushing the boundaries of bitterness. We have kept more true to the original style and with a bitterness rating (IBU) of 40 we don't hold back on the hops!

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Black Cork

ABV: 6.2%

Style: Intensely dark - porter-esque

A black beer with layers of chocolately malt sweetness balanced by three stages of hopping to give a distinctive taste. The original recipe from the old Bell's brewery in Edinburgh is lost in time but, with the help of contemporay accounts we have recreated a beer similar in style to a porter.

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East Coast Pale Ale

ABV: 3.8%

An easy drinking Pale Ale, brewed to celebrate our new brewery in East Lothian and the Open Golf held at Muirfield in 2013. The ale showcases Pale Malt which is widely produced in East Lothian.

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Revolver I IPA

ABV: 6%

The first in a series of IPA expressions, each showcasing one of the many sub styles of the ever popular India Pale Ale. Release I celebrates West Coast IPA - the punchy, hoppy style that kick-started the US craft beer movement.

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Cold Fury

ABV: 5.2%

Lager the way it's supposed to be. Refreshing but still flavoursome. Brewed in the Bavarian style, we've used six hop varieties, all with links to the famous Hallertau region.

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