Brewer – Orkney Brewery
Skull Splitter is our strongest ale: which is named after Thorfinn Einarsson who was the 7th Viking Earl of Orkney. Sophisticated, satiny smooth with a deceptively light character, it is a tribute to our colourful forbear.
On the nose, this strong beer has a fruity malt character, with hints of dark fruit, spicy hop, dates and figs.
On the palate, rich and complex with sweet toasted malt, molasses, fresh and dried fruit and hints of warming spices.
A crystal-clear, rich tawny-red colour beer; a tight, smooth head with hints of red and amber colour
Juicy, almost fruity malt character, together with a medley of fresh and dried fruits, dates and figs, hints of ginger and cinnamon spice, hints of vanilla
A rich, fruity, wine-like complexity on the palate includes fresh and dried fruits, warm exotic spices, and light summer citrus fruits
Very best pale ale malt – and plenty of it – together with crystal and chocolate malts provide a rich, fruity backbone which is perfectly balanced by the spicy herbal character of East Kent Goldings hops
The Haven is open for lunch at noon every Monday through Friday offering up delicious Scottish fare from Scotch Eggs to Bridies to our lovely BLT and of course our award winning Burger.
It is the perfect place to grab a quick bite in a relaxed setting away from the hustle and bustle of Centre Street. Workers at non-profits also receive a 10% discount off food.
We have FREE WIFI, so you are welcome to work from home in the pub too. And remember, there is usually a football game on at 2.30pm LIVE so you can stay all afternoon! See you soon.
The Haven celebrates the life and legacy of one of the World’s greatest writers.
Burns legacy is celebrated throughout the world in January. The Haven Burns 2017 offers four seatings: (Wednesday 25th and Saturday 28th x2 are SOLD OUT ) – Sunday 29th is STILL AVAILABLE THOUGH!
A great night will be had by all.
Come and be part of one of the great nights of the year with live music from The Haven Piper extraordinaire Elias Alexander, dance from the Boston Highlanders, poetry, Address to the Haggis, Scottish songs by Elias Alexander, Jason Waddleton and Josh Loomis and of course the star of the show itself Haggis.
We have partnered with Brown Paper Tickets, the link below explains further!