and a moreish spicy aftertaste.
a floral aroma with a lingering spicy finish. Supported Charity: Prince & Princess of Wales Charity.
of hops to give a satisfying autumn lift.
hops give an initial burst of flavor with a citrus aftertaste.
aroma and a sharp floral finish.
citrus aroma and a slight toffee character.
and a subtle spicy aftertaste.
orange zest aroma and a citrus thirst quenching aftertaste.
flavoured with cinnamon and tangerine zest giving a warming finish.
aroma and a complex rich roasted character.
with a floral aroma and a thirst quenching flavour.
with a rich chocolate aroma.
citrus aroma and a lingering malt finish.
floral aroma and a subtle bitter finish.
aroma and a sweet malt finish.
rounded malty aroma and a rich dried fruit flavor.
with a subtle tropical fruit and lemon zest tones balanced by the foundation of 5 malts. A speciality beer which is more or less always available.
The home of Strathaven Ales, Craigmill, supplied the Strathaven Brewery in the early 1800's up to the point when it was destroyed in the great Todshill fire in 1847 along with a large part of town. The original Strathaven brewery was situated at the top of the hill from the mill, just on the out skirts of this thriving weaver settlement and on the main Glasgow to London road of the time. Nowadays all the hand crafted brewing, bottling and dispatch is done at Craigmill on the banks of the beautiful River Avon by a small, dedicated and craft brewery team.
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Craigmill Mild Black Ale wins SIBA GOLD Award - Regional Beer Competition 2013.
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Like the brewery itself, the names of the ales produced at Strathaven Ales are full of character.
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