St Andrews Cathedral and St Rule's Tower in St Andrews. The Fife town is home to the Eden Brewery which produces an excellent range of craft ales.
A dram of whisky
The Kingdom of Fife is home to a number of breweries which produce a diverse range of handcrafted ales, beers, ciders and spirits. You can take a guided tour to learn about the unique malting processes used to create distinctively flavoured and textured ales unique to the region, and there are plenty of welcoming bars, pubs and restaurants where you can sample them for yourself.
During your visit to Fife make sure you sample the region's many locally produced beverages. St Andrews Brewing Company produces an excellent range of thirst-quenching ales including Fife Gold, Crail Ale, Oatmeal Stout and a selection of guest ales.
The Eden Brewery in St Andrews offers tours where you can uncover the secrets of the beer making process. Enjoy a tasting session at the end and pick up bottles of craft ale including The Clock and The 19th Brew.
Fife is also home to the wonderfully named Sheep Dip and Pig's Nose whiskies and Edinburgh Gin, which are produced by Spencerfield Spirits based in Inverkeithing.
Other fantastic local breweries including Luckie Ales and Kennoway and Loch Leven Brewery at Kelty and you also pick up the Fife-produced beers, ales and spirits and farmers' markets and specialist shops across the region.
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Conveniently located close to the home of golf, St Andrews, the Kingsbarns Distillery and Visitor Centre sits in a charming 18th century farm steading and features an exhibition, distillery tours, whisky tastings, shop and cafe. Open 7 days with fl