Named after Paisley’s river, White Cart Water, this golden full-bodied ale boasts smacks of flavour. The appearance is enhanced by a touch of wheat malt, giving good head retention and a wonderfully dry after-taste that won’t be easily forgotten. As the name suggests feel free to enjoy ‘Cart Blanche’ as the mood dictates. Although designed to be drunk unaccompanied, it is equally satisfying along side food such as cheese, mussels and pizza.
Available in both cask and 500ml bottle.
One of our best-selling beers.
A golden, full bodied ale with undertones of grapefruit and a long lasting citrus, hoppy aftertaste. This beer has bite!
A beer derived from years of practice searching for the perfect pint, of course hoping secretly that you never actually find it! In other words, a pint suited to the taste- buds of our head brewer that can be savoured several times in one session without feeling like the bottom has fallen out of your world (or vice-versa!).
Golden, hoppy, clean on the palate and leaving a long lingering after-taste that will haunt you until you quest for more.
Loosely means “Summer Beer” (taken from Czech and Italian). Originally brewed for the Summer season but due to overwhelming popularity it is now permanent.
A pale, dry, citrus, hoppy session ale.
Named after Renfrewshire’s highest hill, in Lochwinnoch.
A dry hoppy amber ale with a long-lasting bitter finish.
Named after a local blacksmiths, this beer is complex in character as is fitting for a championship winning ale. Red Smiddy is a smooth, dry ale with a unique spicy aroma and flavour. Its reddish hue, warm glow and tight head gives it a presence that makes it stand out against its competitors.
Smooth, dark and dangerous, this ale is designed to warm the cockles of your heart whilst sitting around the ingle after a long cold winter’s day outdoors. Although dark and and robust the aftertones of liquorice and blackcurrant make this an ale of complex character, not to be missed.
**CHAMPION BEER OF SCOTLAND 2014**
Named after the Black Cart Water that flows through Renfrewshire.
A unique combination of 5 malts and 3 hops producing a smooth, dark, spicy porter with hints of chocolate and blackcurrant.
Now available in 330ml (cases of 24)
New for 2014. A subtle blend of German malts, infused with a mighty whack of US whole hops which combine to produce a red tinted beer which flows freely – just like the Regnitz river in Bamberg. Available from April through to September.
A well balanced hoppy refreshing beer with a touch of rye and a blend of six hops leaving a long lasting biscuit and grapefruit finish.
Kelburn’s red, rich and smooth tribute to Rabbie Burn’s Tam o’ Shanter. A pleasant bitter, balanced at 4.4% so you don’t get too “fou and unco happy”
Triple-hopped using whole cones to give a fruity, floral depth with a citrus finish.
Available in January, for Burn’s Night
A rich, dark ale, combining a fusion of coffee and chocolate with a deep, fruity aftertaste.
Available in cask during the winter months only. Available in 500ml bottle year-round.
A German ‘marzen’ style ale brewed using Munich malt. Kelburn’s Christmas “Kracker” is an auburn-coloured ale with a real depth of flavour, which belies the strength, and has a fruity aftertaste.
Available for the Festive Season only.
A strong amber bitter with a pleasant hoppy taste, achieved by carefully blending Cascade, Styrian-Golding and Challenger hops.
Fly Half is a popular accompaniment for the Six Nation Matches.
A hoppy, golden-coloured bitter with a long, dry aftertaste.
Available for the duration of Glasgow’s annual Celtic Connections Music Festival in January.