Brewed in Scotland since 2000 B.C. heather ale is probably the oldest style of ale still produced in the world. From an ancient Gaelic recipe for “leann fraoich” (heather ale) it has been revived and reintroduced to the Scottish culture. Into the boiling bree of malted barley, sweet gale and flowering heather are added, then after cooling slightly the hot ale is poured into a vat of fresh heather flowers where it infuses for an hour before being fermented.
Brewer Williams Brothers
Elderberry ale has formed part of the Celtic tradition since it was introduced by Welsh druids in the 9th century, where the ale was passed around the people of the village during the Autumn festival. Our recipe was taken from a 16th century record of domestic drinking in the Scottish Highlands and is Brewed with roasted barley and chocolate malt, then infused with elderberries to deliver a dark, rich, fruity beer with a strong single hop aroma and satisfying bitter conclusion.
What better way to spend Father’s Day than watching Women’s World Cup Soccer and Copa America all day? Plus we have these specials for DAD!
Oh and did we mention the 30 Scottish Beers available?
FATHER’S DAY BRUNCH
Dad’s Eggs Benedict
House Lorne Sausage, Toasted Brioche, Poached Eggs and Deviled Hollandaise
FATHER’S DAY EVENING
Steak and Chips
Filet Mignon grilled, served w/ House cut Chips, Leek and Stilton Quenelle and Belhaven Stout Bordelaise.