Now an annual event offering up top quality craft beer, fine wines, thirst-quenching cider, great food and live entertainment, Eaglesham Beer Festival is a chance to showcase the best of Scottish producers.
The Scottish Real Ale Festival is Scotland's premier beer festival where you get the opportunity to try a large range of real ales sourced solely from the best breweries in Scotland.
Top Out Brewery will be at the Berwick Food and Beer Festival (2nd - 4th September). The organisers, Slow Food, are brewing up plans to showcase the region’s local ales. With support from main festival sponsor, Simpsons Malt, there will be beer tasting, ciders, cocktails and entertainment throughout the event.
Top Out Brewery in Edinburgh recently brewed a summer Berry Saison beer in collaboration with Simon Martin from Real Ale Craft Beer, Britain's most popular video beer reviewer. The tasty brew is aptly called ‘Simon Says-On’.
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Reviewed by Simon from Real Ale Craft Beer
Top Out Brewery invites beer lovers to a tap takeover and meet the brewer at Edinburgh’s Stockbridge Tap to launch its new, single hop Pale Ale on Wednesday 9th March from 6pm.
A ‘Tap Takeover and Meet the Brewer’ at The Pot Still in Glasgow on Thursday 30th July by Top Out Brewery offers the last chance to drink one of Scotland’s hoppiest IPAs, ‘The Cone’, due to a shortage of its all-American Simcoe hops.
An American-style craft beer brewed by Edinburgh’s Top Out Brewery, ‘The Cone’, has been described as “Scotland’s best IPA”. The intensely hoppy craft brew has received rave reviews, but Top Out will shortly be brewing the last batch because of a shortage of its all-important American hops.
Schmankerl, a Bavarian-style wheat beer from Top Out Brewery, is featuring in Aldi’s Scottish Beer Festival for the second time. ‘Schmankerl’ means ‘delicacy’ or ‘treat’ in the Bavarian dialect and is already becoming a popular Scottish wheat beer.
Back in November 2012, the chain launched its first Scottish beer festival, with 27 beers going on sale at its 44 stores throughout Scotland. Today, the company is launching its sixth festival, with 50 brewers each supplying a tipple for the shelves of its now 60 shops.