Moose Drool is one of the world's up and coming premier brown ales.
For a dark beer it is extremely drinkable and an excellent complement to most foods.
Four different malts are used in this brew.
They also do four hop additions consisting of a combination of East Kent Goldings' Liberty and Willamette.
Ossian, Son of Fingal, was a legendary warrior from the 3rd century. His grave stone can be seen north west of Perth in the 'Sma Glen', of which Sir Walter Scott wrote.... "In this still glen, remote from men, Sleeps Ossian, in the narrow glen".
Available throughout the year, this superb golden ale continues to win awards. A pale, golden coloured brew with a full bodied fruity flavour with distinct nutty tomes and a hoppy, zesty, orange aroma, derived from First Gold and Cascade hops.
Excellent brewing resulted in Ossian being judged the 2010 Champion Beer of Scotland.
A dark brew, hardy and warming with a slightly sweet malty character balanced by a pleasant hoppiness.
Blackfriar is known as a 'wee heavy'. Whilst not an international classification this term has been used in Scotland for generations to describe strong ales.
Lia Fail is Gaelic for "Stone of Destiny", upon which the kings of Scotland were crowned. In 1296, against the wishes of the Scots, the Stone was taken by Edward I to England. Rightfully returned in 1996, it can be found in Edinburgh Castle, although many believe the stone never left Scotland, and that the real Lia Fail is in a secret hiding place somewhere in Scotland.
The Rev. James is steeped in history. Acquired after the purchase of Crown Buckley, Rev. James is brewed to an original recipe from an 1885 book.
The beer is named after one of the original owners of Buckley Brewery, the Rev. James Buckley, a business man with two conflicting roles – saving souls and satisfying thirsts.
The Rev. James is brewed to a traditional recipe and has been described as having a flavour not commonly available these days.
Full-bodied and warming, The Rev. James is rich in palate, spicy and aromatic with a deeply satisfying finish.
Once called Red Dragon the famous pint of Dark has always been synonymous with Brains particularly in Cardiff with the dock-workers of old, the male voice choirs and with rugby fans down in the Arms Park. Nowadays its popularity has expanded and it is the biggest selling dark milk in Wales, continually winning awards both nationally and internationally.
'Dark' is treacle-coloured with a creamy contrasting head. A velvety smooth pint, Dark has a combination of chocolate, crystal and brown malts providing a clean palate with hints of liquorice and freshly ground coffee.
A brand new product in the Brains SA portfolio, the SA Smooth can, hit shelves only a few months after the introduction of the draught beer.
SA Smooth has a lower ABV to appeal to a wider audience of drinkers and is already proving to be a well-liked beer and a pint worth savouring.
Brains Bitter is one of the longest-standing mainstays of Brains beer range and is their biggest selling cask ale with 12 pints sold each minute. Its easy drinking style has repeatedly proven popular with the cask ale customer as testified by the numerous awards won, most notably being the only Welsh winner in the Telegraph Best of British Beer Awards 2007.
The famous ‘pint of Brains’ is rich amber coloured, well balanced and refreshing. Goldings and Fuggles hops from the Welsh Marches create an appetising crisp aroma to complement the subtle flavour of fine pale malt.
Brains Black is an exciting new stout from Brains.
This finest Welsh stout has a bitterness and a distinctive dark malt flavour that is instantly recognisable as a true reflection of this style of beer.
It has already proven extremely popular in consumer taste tests appealing to both new and established stout drinkers, and combined with its distinctive and contemporary identity, Brains Black is set to become a classic stout.
Pale yellow in colour and naturally bottle conditioned, the beer may be poured cloudy by gently swirling the last few inches to rouse the natural yeast sediment. Alternatively, clear beer can be decanted carefully leaving the yeast behind. Serve cool in a long glass to experience the true citrus overtones which have been delicately flavoured with whole spices and vanilla. The combination of flavours is brought alive by gently sweetening with pure organic maple syrup.