Spey Stout’s rum-soaked maritime
cousin, on shore leave for winter!
Brewed with oranges, satsumas,
ginger, star anise, cinnamon, and
rum-soaked vanilla pods to warm
the cockles of your heart in winter.
Argh, this is good.
Back in 2007, nobody else in Speyside had caught on to the brilliance of microbrewing. That was, until, a local distiller and farmer decided to use the district’s water (famous for making delicious whisky) to brew beer. On his farmland in Mulben, the brewer set up a tiny pilot plant and collaborated with some likeminded friends to produce ‘Spey Stout’, their first ever brew that gained great critical acclaim before the whole business imploded (in a good way!) in 2012.View the Spey Valley Brewery page