Drink attractions in Loch Lomond, Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley

Quick Finder

Search for Places

Search Accommodation

Or
Room / Property
If booking self-catering accommodation please select 1 room/property for the total number of adults & children.
Advanced Search

Search What's On

Or
Start Date
End Date

Search things to do

Or

Search Food & Drink

Or

Search Scots Agents

A glass of whisky - to promote responsible drinking
Drink responsibly ››

Find useful information about sensible drinking

  • Bottles of ale from the Allanwater Brewhouse, Bridge of Allan, lined up on the bar © Allanwater Brewhouse
    Ales from the Allanwater Brewhouse, Bridge of Allan © Allanwater Brewhouse
  • Outside Glengoyne Distillery, Killearn
    Glengoyne Distillery, Killearn

Visit Loch Lomond, the Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley’s only brewery and visitor centre and learn about the range of regional craft ales and beers. From refreshing lagers to rich ales, enjoy distinctive flavours and look out for seasonal and speciality drinks. You can also visit the distilleries across the region to uncover the secrets of whisky production.

Breweries

The region enjoys a long and proud history of brewing and was once home to no fewer than 32 breweries. Although only a handful remains today, they produce some of the most recognisable and thirst-quenching real and craft ales around, including seasonal and speciality drinks.

Learn the secrets of brewing the perfect pint by becoming a brewer for the day at the Allanwater Brewhouse in picturesque Bridge of Allan and enjoy a tour of the microbrewery and visitor centre.

Lovers of ale can also look out for the award-winning ales from the Harviestoun Brewery in Alva. Or why not sample the famous Leann Fraoch, or ‘heather ale’, from the William Brothers Brewing Company based in Alloa?  It’s thought heather ale was first enjoyed as far back as 2000 BC and features the distinctive flavours of elderberries, gooseberries, seaweed and even shoots of Scots pine. You can also quench your thirst with the ales from the Loch Lomond Brewery in Alexandria, which brewed its first beer in 2011.

Not only that, but if you stop off at the Scottish Real Ale Shop at the Lade Inn in Callander, you'll get to choose from over 130 different beers! Don't miss the annual Trossachs Beer Festival each summer which celebrates ales from across the region.

Whisky

Discover what’s involved in making whisky by taking a behind the scenes tour one of several distilleries in the region, including Deanston and Glengoyne. Find out more about whisky production in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs & The Forth Valley.

Browse the listings for drink attractions across Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley.

Share
Sort By:
15 results, currently showing 1 to 10
  1. The Milk Barn

    Type

    Food & Drink Visitor Attraction

    Gradings

    Falkirk

    Welcome to The Milk Barn

  2. Purdie's of Luss Restaurant & Visitor Centre

    Type

    Food & Drink Visitor Attraction

    Gradings

    Luss

    With our position being at the heart of Luss our dining facilities are within easy walking distance to the Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond.

  3. Uniquely Scotland

    Type

    Self Drive

    Gradings

    Dunblane

    Uniquely Scotland is a bespoke tour operator providing our clients with top quality, tailor-made, self-drive holiday packages around Scotland.

  4. Gradings

    • 3 Tourist Shop
    3 Tourist Shop

    Callander

    Welcome to Kilmahog Woollen Mill - Restaurant

  5. Allanwater Brewhouse

    Type

    Food & Drink Attraction

    Gradings

    • 3 Visitor Attraction
    3 Visitor Attraction

    Bridge of Allan

    This visitor centre in the picturesque town of Bridge of Allan lets you see behind the scenes of a working micro-brewery.

  6. Gradings

    Gargunnock

    Proud Scottish winners of the Countryside Alliance Award 2013

  7. Gradings

    • 4 Visitor Attraction
    4 Visitor Attraction

    Doune

    Located 8 miles from Stirling and just 45min from Edinburgh and Glasgow, Deanston Distillery sits by the River Teith at the entrance to the dramatic Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

  8. Gradings

    Aberfoyle

    Welcome to The Scottish Wool Centre

  9. Brian Collie Scottish Tours

    Type

    Chauffeur Tour

    Gradings

    Callander

    Brian Collie Scottish tours is a small private Tour operator baed in central Scotland. We create a personal tour tailored exactly to your needs and requirements. Our kilted drive/guides are simply, we believe, the best in the business!

  10. Gradings

    Callander

    Welcome to Trossachs Woollen Mill

Loading

No results found for your search criteria

Click for more info