Distilleries and Breweries
In 1995 a new distillery opened on Arran, the birth place of the award winning Arran Single Malt whisky. The distillery has been developed into a tourist attraction and visitors can enjoy a tour of the distillery, followed by a relaxing dram of the award-winning Single Island Malt in the delightful tasting bar.
The Isle of Arran Distillers is one of the few remaining independent distilleries in Scotland. The Arran Single Malt is distilled using the purest water supply in all of Scotland at Loch na Davie, high in the hills that overlook the village of Lochranza where the distillery is based, the location offers perfect water for whisky production, cleansed by granite and softened by peat as it comes down from the mountain above. The atmosphere of sea breezes and clear mountain air together with the warm flow of the Gulf Stream matures the Arran Malt to perfection in earth floored warehouses.
For more information : www.arranwhisky.com
Set in the shadow of Brodick Castle with panoramic views of Brodick Bay and Goatfell, the high tech Arran microbrewery blends naturally with its stunning surroundings. The art of traditional brewing combined with a natural blend of the islands unique water and the finest ingredients result in a range of ales which, like Arran itself, offers something very special.
Arran Premium ales are pure – free of artificial additives and preservatives, produced with care and pride… naturally. Isle of Arran Dark ale offers a smooth drink of weight and substance, the Arran Blonde is a pale golden beer, clear and zesty, while Arran Ale combines a clean freshness with a significant presence.
The excellent Arran Brewery visitor centre and guided, walk through tour will give you the opportunity to see for yourself the way in which Arran Premium Ales are brewed, followed, of course, by the free complimentary tasting.
27 April 2015
Help Save the Children at their soup and sandwich lunch in Brodick Church Hall from 12-2pm
27 April 2015
There will be no “House to House” collection this year – instead, each village will host an event as follows:-
Monday 27th April—-Brodick—-Soup & Sandwich Lunch – Church Hall, 12-2
Wednesday 29th April—-LamLash—-Coffee Morning
30 May 2015
Ayrshire Opera Experience, in association with the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, make their Arran debut at the Lamlash Community Theatre. Bringing both the first opera translated into Scots Language and a concert of songs and arias featuring works from Burns to Bernstein
20 June 2015
Brodick Castle Gate to Gate 5km fun run on Saturday 20th June at 12.30pm
Registration opens from 21st February and can be done at http://www.q-buster.co.uk/
11 July 2015
The superb Blackwaterfoot Beer Festival has grown into the Isle of Arran Food & Drink Festival!! Hosted by the BEST WESTERN Kinloch Hotel, come along for a fun filled day of relaxation and laughter.