Montpeliers Our Beer Man’s Verdict Some promising tweets suggested Montpeliers – not a place which had ever been on my beery radar before – might be worth checking out. Exterior So on a glorious midweek evening, I strode purposefully from Leith to Brunstfield. It’s a fair walk – like Blythe, I’m taking part on the …

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Salt Horse Our Beer Man’s Verdict The gestation of Salt Horse – although it was undoubtedly anything but – seems to have been incredibly swift.Exterior Blackfriars, just off the Royal Mile, seems to have been functioning – albeit with ominous signs something wasn’t right – until quite recently, and then a month ago a social …

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Cumberland Bar It had been a wee while since we’d had a Beer Team outing, so it was good to take the opportunity for a midweek venture around the New Town. Although the original plan was to eat at Feed at the Vinnie, we ended up in the Cumberland Bar on Cumberland Street.Exterior Both Our …

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Brauhus Our Beer Man’s Verdict The Brauhaus used to be one of the most pleasingly odd beer venues in the city.Exterior Tucked away off the busy heart of Tollcross on the corner of Lauriston Place and Glen Street, it boasted a couple of twin attractions: a strong commitment to football – Hearts and, strangely, the …

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Six Degrees North Our Beer Man’s Verdict Six Degrees North is one of Scotland’s most intriguing beer operations.Exterior It started life at the Marine Hotel in the Aberdeenshire town of Stonehaven, perhaps an unlikely birthplace for complex – and occasionally challenging – Belgian-influence beers. The beers quite rightly established the brewery as one to watch, …

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