Lauren Mercer Smail joined us a WOOF’er back in October 2014 to find out about life at the brewery and our organic farm. Whilst with us, she shared her artistic talents and created an incredible mural of wild, Scottish animals that now line the brewery walls.
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We’re true to our nature and do what we can to create a sustainable, bee-friendly environment at the brewery. On the farm, we also grow our own organic vegetables and herbs in our polytunnel, which make their way to our dinner plates, as well as to our bar in Inverness.
Micro-breweries are on the up, with 1,500 within the UK at the time of writing this blog. As the industry and demands change, we ask Don Valley Engineering, what can the big beer giants learn from their nimble brewing neighbours?
The hamper includes: A selection of beers from Black Isle Brewery! 2 x New Three Day Tickets to Belladrum 2015 1 x Hamper and goodies from Simpsons Garden Centre £50 vouchers from our friends at Ironworks Venue and XpoNorth (formerly GoNORTH Festival) Toyota Rav-4 for the weekend and a golfing brolly from Macrae & Dick For […]
This year’s Christmas cracker, Rudi’s Red Rye, comes in the form of a 6.8% Rye Ale brewed with Organic Rye malt, Organic ginger, cinnamon, and orange peel. “A rich, warming red ale, packed with aromas of candied peel and fruit.”
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and we here at the Black Isle Brewery have decided to provide you with some beer pairings for your Thanksgiving feast! Light meat like turkey should definitely be paired with either a Black Isle Blonde or a Yellow Hammer. These two beers are lighter, crisper and will compliment the meat. With their […]
Taste Hunters is a french adventure programme, hosted by two exploratory chefs Benjamin Darnaud & Jérome Bigot. This pair travel around the world to discover the real taste of food. They delight in seeking out and discovering “food rebels” as they call them. So it’s no wonder that they ended up at Scotland’s only organic […]