Nauticus Our Beer Man’s verdict The Nauticus doesn’t immediately seem like the most obvious fit for Duke Street in Leith. A new venture from the co-owners of Panda & Sons and Hoot The Redeemer and local bar hero Kyle Jamieson, it has just opened in the former site of the Parlour near to Easter Road. …

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St Andrew’s Brewery Company The takeover of the unloved former Potting Shed at Potterrow by St Andrew’s Brewing had completely passed me by until Blythe reviewed its food in April.Exterior I made a mental note to visit once it had settled down – so, a couple of months later, popped in on a sunny midweek …

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The Edinburgh Craft Beer Festival 2018 Our Beer Man’s Verdict I raved about the Edinburgh Craft Beer Festival when it debuted in the city last year. It seemed to be a big hit – arriving fully-formed and giving Edinburgh’s excellent beer scene a festival to match. So I’m delighted to report that this year’s event …

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BrewDog Lothian Road Our Beer Man’s Verdict BrewDog spews out so much juvenile, ill-judged bullshit it can be easy to forget that it once produced some really good beer.Interior Strip away the artifice, and few could disagree that the Ellon-based brewery’s impact on the current UK beer scene has been significant, influencing a younger generation …

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The Lord Nelson

The Lord Nelson Our Beer Man’s Verdict Tucked away in a quiet street in one of the quieter parts of Leith, the Lord Nelson probably won’t attract a great amount of random passing trade.Exterior I didn’t even know it was there until I stumbled across it by chance and decided to pop in to check …

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