Much like the Loch itself, this bitter ale is full of dark_x000D_
and intriguing mystique. Pouring ruby red, its use of wheat, amber and chocolate malts give it a sharp ‘fruits of the forest’ aroma. The cocoa comes through on the tongue, but is softened slightly by an oaty aftertaste. A supreme, well crafted brown ale.
Unlike the loch that this awesome Scottish brewery are named after, there are no nasty creatures lurking beneath the surface here! It was founded almost by chance, after the director Stephen yearned for a unique beer to put behind the bar of his hotel in Inverness. Fast forward a few years and that brewing ambition has outgrown the original business! Perhaps we can credit that rise to the fact that the monster and the brewery share the same crisp water?View the Loch Ness Brewery page