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Beer Pairing for Thanksgiving

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: Les Explorateurs du Goût have Arrived on the Black Isle

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 […]

Black Isle Blonde on TV!

One of our Black Isle Blonde beers made a guest appearance on last night’s episode of Come Dine with Me. Scottish contestant, Jenna, used Black Isle Blonde to make her ‘Perfect Perthshire Steak & Ale Pie.’ Although the label was obscured you could easily see the distinctive Organic Blonde label of the BIB.

Halloween Pumpkin Kegs

To celebrate Halloween and to help you get into the festive spirit we have decided to show you step by step how to create a pumpkin beer keg! It is a lot quicker and easier than you may think. We have tried and tested this method ourselves ☺ Tools Pumpkin carving tools (Waitrose & Tesco […]

Vorsprung durch Technik Indeed!!

Recently the Black Isle Brewery received a very special shipment of 4 Rolec tanks from Germany with a 10,000 litre brew capacity per tank, which means we can keep all of you better supplied with our yummy beer ☺ What makes these tanks so special is that they are uni tanks, which can ferment and […]

Black Isle Brewery at The Mod

Black Isle Brewery will be supplying the beer outside Eden Court where the bar will be set up all week! Come along and get the craic over a few pints of Blonde, Red Kite and Porter and soak up the festival atmosphere over the next few days with traditional Gaelic music, highland dancing, sport, literature […]