Inspired by our stunning location and the rich history of our area, many of our Award Winning beers are named for local places or stories.
Crofters Pale Ale – 4.2% ABV
The Beer – The original pale and at the heart of our range, Crofters is an easy drinking golden ale with a light and slightly fruity palate. This beer is the perfect accompaniment to a light meal or for drinking in the beauty of a Highland summer evening.
The Place – This beer is named for the family croft that inspired the creation of An Teallach Ale Company. The
idyllic location for a pint!
Tasting Notes – Sweet & fruity with a hint of golden orange and a light caramel nose. Soft hops leading to fruity finish.
Colour – Golden Clear
An Teallach Ale – 4.2% ABV
The Beer – Quintessential 80 Shilling ale. Rich and malty with a slight hop. An Teallach Ale is an enjoyable deep amber ale with a smooth texture and medium body. This beer is the perfect pint to remember great days exploring the stunning North Highlands.
The Place – Standing a full kilometre and 62 Metres above sea-level. An Teallach is often cited as Scotland’s most spectacular mountain massif both to look at and to climb. A fitting name for our 80/-
Tasting Notes – Rich taste with dark fruits and a prominent toffee malt and an undertone of hops.
Colour – Deep Amber
The Hector – 4.7% ABV
The Beer – Named for the ship that sailed from Ullapool to Nova Scotia with some of the first settlers in 1773 The Hector is a smooth stout with a nutty roasted malt nose and a smooth, roasty taste. The perfect beer to enjoy by a roaring fire.
The Place – Pictou in Nova Scotia, Lochbroom in Scotland or anywhere in between. A celebration of the journey that led to an unbreakable link between the old and new countries.
Tasting Notes – Roasted malt nose with a light smoke and hints of liquorice. Smooth roasty taste with a dry, malty finish. Medium bodied, Smooth and very drinkable. Near black with a ruby tint.
Colour – Near Black
Bealach na Ba – 3.8% ABV
The Beer – A very light hoppy session ale with a clean refreshing character. Perfect low ABV beer to enjoy outdoors during a simmering summers day.
The Place – The road connecting the stunning village of Applecross with Kishorn and lochcarron. Famed as the
location from many car adverts over the years, Bealach Na Ba means the pass of the cattle and was originally a
Tasting Notes – Citrus aroma with apricots, soft carbonation and very refreshing.
Colour – Pale golden yellow
Scotia Lager – 4.0% ABV
The Beer – A double filtered pilsner styled Scottish lager. We use the best Scottish malts and highland water to give a crisp clean refreshing taste.
The Place – Scotia was the name for the northern part of the British Isles north of the firth of forth. Today the name covers the whole of the country and is also a province in Canada, Nova Scotia where many victims of the highland clearances re-settled
Tasting Notes – A tasty lager, light and hoppy with a hint of sweetness, a great session beer.
Colour – straw yellow.
Beinn Dearg 4.4% ABV
The Beer – A nicely balanced sweetish beer with a long malty aftertaste. Beinn Dearg is as red as the mountain
it shares it’s name with and a delicious drinkable ale.
The Place – Beinn Dearg, meaning the red hill is a dome shaped mountain with atmospheric corries and a magnificent view from the top, 1084M above sea level.
Tasting Notes – Bready malts, tangy fruit, orange, hint of caramel Medium bodied, moderate
Colour – Ruby