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We’re Scottish Gin Bar of the Year!

We were delighted to win the Scottish Gin Bar of the Year award at the Scottish Gin Awards in September. It was the first award we’ve ever entered, and to receive such recognition on a national level is overwhelming. Our gin offering began with a modest selection of 6 locally sourced gins from the surrounding […]

Beer review: Siren – Broken Dream 6.5%, Breakfast Stout

I’ll cut straight to the chase with this review. This beer is a long standing favourite of mine, it’s getting a touch cooler, the nights are drawing in and it’s time to delve back into the stouts! Where better to start than a beauty like this breakfast stout by Siren, winning the title of Supreme […]

Aberdeen Restaurant Week – Menu

We’re delighted to be taking part in Aberdeen Restaurant Week! Served until 6pm Sunday to Thursday, and until 8pm on Friday and Saturday – take a peek at out menu below – it’s delicious and great value at just £10 – so be sure to book to avoid disappointment!   Starter Cullen Sink – served […]

Beer Review: Wander Beyond – Mini Milkshake, Table Beer 3%

Pouring a nice pale yellow with a thick white fluffy head and smelling like nothing but ice cream! I think Mini Milk ice lollies though I’ve heard mention of it smelling like a certain large burger brands ice cream machine too! Mini Milkshake by the Mancunian brewery Wander Beyond is the baby brother of their […]

Beer Review: Wylam – Jakehead IPA 6.3%

Wylam, based in Northumberland, are a powerhouse in North East England brewing. Consistently putting out great beer after great beer, their Macchiato porter being a particular favourite. This time though and now pouring at The Craftsman Company is Jakehead, a supercharged American style IPA. Built on a solid base of Golden Promise malt, a light […]

Beer review: Rub-a-Dub IPA, Deya and Fyne Ales

Rub a Dub Dub, two breweries and a tub… of lime zest and hops! Deya and Fyne Ales have teamed up to create Rub a Dub, a lime infused IPA with Citra and Mosaic hops. Fyne Ales have definitely been high on the list of my favourite Scottish breweries over the last couple of years. Deya are […]

Beer review: Gipsy Hill Brewing Co. – Drifter IPA 7%

Pours rich and thick as haar, hazy yellow with a nice off white head.  This is Drifter, Gipsy Hill Brewing’s’ take on an East Coast style IPA. This year’s release from the South London brewery has two kinds of oats and uses Lallemands NE yeast. The yeast was chosen to hold in suspension producing the […]

Beer highlights

Garry Russell, chief of stuff said: “I’m looking forward to getting fired into the Tiny Rebel Frambuzi. This was the first ever sour beer released from Tiny Rebel in Wales. “You will be met with a subtle aroma of rose and raspberry before your palate is engulfed in a wonderfully tangy raspberry tartness. The taste […]