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Brewed in a newly opened micro brewery on the outskirts of Arbroath, this latest addition to the Scottish craft brewing scene is making an impact in Angus and beyond. The brewery has taken it's inspiration from the link between the brewing industry and Scotland’s native heavy horse and is named, in part, after the Clydesdale horses bred by owner John Anderson on his farm. Traditionally horses became a familiar sight at breweries for carting casks and kegs on their delivery rounds, but they also bore the brunt of the effort behind the scenes, wheeling the mill stones that ground the malt for brewing.
The beers being brewed at Redcastle draw their sugar content from Maris Otter – an autumn sown variety of UK malting barley – as well as British-grown oats and when melded with a mix of UK and American hops and yeast, the beers being produced are full bodied and flavour packed.
As far as the beer names are concerned, John has drawn on the brewery's castle name, linking the core range of beers with Lunan Bay, a beautiful beach on the outskirts of Arbroath and it's iconic ruin, Red Castle. Taking time, care and passion in brewing these beers, they are bound to be a hit in Angus and beyond!