Fyne Ales Brewery in Cairndow

Are you looking for something unique to do on your day off? An activity that may make you want to spend every day off outside of the City. Fyne Ales is a distillery in Argyll, located in the Loch Fyne area. What is unique about this distillery is; that it is on the same site as a working farm, this means that their products are of the most natural and organic ingredients. The company has been running since 2001 and aims to bring prosperity to this rural area by providing jobs and economy.

Where can I find Fyne Ales?

From Glasgow, there is a Bus from Buchanan Bus Station to Campbeltown, this stops at LochFyne Oyster Bar. The brewery is located a short walk from here.

Their team is made up of highly passionate individuals, who help produce the companies fantastic selection of Craft Ales. Along with brewery tours, Fyne Ales also has a bar on-site, where you can try out not only some of their beers but; Their own Highland Beef Pies from their farm. They also have a shop in their building, where visitors can purchase some of their fantastic Craft Ales and even buy some of their Highland Beef!

  • Open every day from 10am to 6pm.
  • Bar/Cafe.
  • Parking.

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