Fyne Ales is a unique Scottish brewery based at the head of Loch Fyne.
Founded in 2001, Fyne Ales has developed a stellar reputation for producing award-winning beers in a wide variety of styles, from traditional real ales to modern craft beers.
All Fyne Ales beers are produced using the finest ingredients at their spectacular location as part of a working farm estate in scenic Argyll. Brewed with passion, pride and an independent spirit, Fyne Ales’ award-winning beers are enjoyed around the world.
Here are some of our favourites, get in touch to find out about the whole range.
A multi awards winning session blonde ale with a full on citrus experience and grassy hop flavours dominating the palate. A superbly drinkable beer.
A deep rose coloured Berliner Weisse brewed using loads of fresh Scottish raspberries, resulting in a tart beer with a big big fruity flavour.
The first UK authentic Italian Grape Ale from the collaboration with Italian brewery Canediguerra, brewed using moscato grape must, resulting in strong apricot and peach aromas and sweet flavours of ripe white grapes.
Collaboration with Springbank Distillery, a peat smoked golden ale with a subtle and mellow earthy smokiness. A warm spiced orange aroma is balanced with toffee notes from the malt.
Designed with Loch Fyne Oysters to pair with smoked salmon and fresh seafood. The Gose has tart and salty with herbal and citrus notes from coriander and lemongrass.
An Imperial IPA with well balanced sweet hoppy aromas followed by citrus and toffee finish. Ragnarok is the Imperial-Jarl.
Black IPA with aromas of roasted malts with hints of gooseberry, a sweet fruity flavour with a good roasted malts and coffee bitterness
Light golden IPA with aromas of grapefruit and passion fruit and flavours of gooseberry and citrus fruits.
This jet black imperial stout with a modern take is brewed in collaboration with De Molen in the Netherlands. Using hops like Sorachi Ace and Calypso adding a unique dimension to the rich meaty body of the beer.
A black ale spiked with Ancho chillies, adding a rich fruitcake flavor and a subtle spice. Several kilos of chillies were added to the beer for each brew.