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  • A number of Isle of Arran beer bottles
    Arran beer
  • Whisky barrels at the Isle of Arran Distillery at Lochranza, Arran
    Whisky barrels at the Isle of Arran Distillery at Lochranza, Arran

Visit Ayrshire & Arran’s only brewery and visitor centre and learn about the range of regional craft ales and beers. Absorb the sights and smells of the traditional beer-making process, and taste samples of some of the finest beers available today. Tours are available where visitors can learn how beers and ales are created and also meet the brewers.

Beers and ales

Take the ferry across to Arran and enjoy a tour of the island's only brewery at Brodick. Learn how the popular premium ales such as Arran Blonde, Arran Dark and Arran Brewery Dug are created, explore the fascinating visitor centre and sample the ales at the end of the tour. When visiting pubs in the region, look out for tasty creations by the Ayr Brewing Company, a micro-brewery based in Ayr.

If you love your craft beers, don't miss the annual Ayrshire Real Ale Festival in October. Now in its 14th year, this popular event showcases the best beers and ales from across Scotland and beyond and it is hoped that some Viking-themed beers will be available to mark the 750th anniversary of the Battle of Largs.


A tour of the Isle of Arran Distillery at Lochranza is the best way to learn how Scotland's national drink is produced on the island. Find out more about distilleries and whisky attractions in Ayrshire & Arran.

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  1. Ayrshire Food Network


    Food & Drink Visitor Attraction



    Welcome to Ayrshire food network please check out www.ayrshirefoodnetwork.co.uk web site and blog for latest developments/news ..there are 4 videos you can view from the icon on the bottom left of the home page enjoy !

  2. Lyontourscotland


    Tour Guides



    As a Blue Badge Tourist guide I am qualified to guide all over Scotland.

  3. LA Marine


    Boat Tour



    LA Marine provides high end, life experience trips on-board a bespoke Sealine T50, flybridge motor-yacht, Louise of Granton. The boat cruises out of the beautiful and scenic Largs marina.

  4. A.D.Rattray's Whisky Experience & Whisky Shop


    Food & Drink Visitor Attraction


    • 5 Visitor Attraction
    5 Visitor Attraction


    The A D Rattray Whisky Experience and Whisky Shop will introduce you to the world of Scotch whisky and educate you about this wonderfully complex product. Explore, nose and taste an incredible selection of malts and single casks. FREE ENTRY!

  5. Gradings

    Ayrshire & Arran

    Explore the West Coast of Scotland on our Unique Scottish Cruises. Visiting the inlets and islands of Wild Argyll, Arran and the Outer Hebrides with spectacular cruise itineraries ranging from 3 to 13 nights.

  6. Arran Brewery




    • 3 Visitor Attraction
    3 Visitor Attraction


    The Isle of Arran Brewery and visitor centre is located on the easily accessible Isle of Arran on the south west of Scotland.

  7. Isle Of Arran Distillery


    Food & Drink Attraction


    • 4 Visitor Attraction
    4 Visitor Attraction


    The Isle of Arran’s first distillery is open all year round for guided tours and whisky tasting, with a variety of whiskies on sale in the gift shop.

  8. Arran Creamery Cheese Shop


    Cheese & Dairy Supplier



    Visit the Torrylinn Creamery in Kilmory at the South end of the Isle of Arran


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