The Isle of Mull Brewing Company
Address : Isle of Mull Brewing Co. Ltd, Ledaig, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, PA75 6NR
Telephone No : 01688 302821 (A.B.L. Head Office in Tobermory)
Web Site : No
Visitors Centre : Yes - Its a pub ! "MacGochans Bar" in Tobermory
The Isle of Mull Brewery started brewing at the beginning of May 2005 with a 5 barrel plant behind MacGochans Bar in Tobermory. Following a merger of the Isle of Mull Brewing Company and the Oban Bay Brewery in late 2010, a new company, Argyll Breweries Limited was formed. A.B.L. continues to trade under the label of Oban Bay and Isle of Mull. Cask production is currently only at the Oban Site
Please see the beers from the Isle of Mull Brewing Company below:
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Galleon Gold 4.1%
A very pale almost lager like Pale Ale. Some maltiness with fruits particularly citrus but also some pleasant green hop. This is a strong pleasant pale ale.
Island Pale Ale 3.9% Please Note: Island Pale has been temporarily discontinued as a bottled product.
Island Pale Ale is a typical light, both in colour and flavour, easy drinking Pale Ale with a generous bitter, hoppy bite and a lingering caramel maltiness. This is primarily a refreshing drink for those looking for an alternative to lager.
Terror of Tobermory 4.6%
A deep coloured beer which gets it's colour from three coloured malts which combined with wheat produce a roundly malted beer. There are some fruity notes and an interesting spicy bitterness and hoppy finish.
Red Monk of Iona 4.2%.
An appealing amber ale. This deep red beer has a delicious malty finish and a well balanced hoppy bitterness.
McCaig's Folly 4.2% Please Note: McCaig's Folly is no longer available.
A Scottish 80/- but hoppier. Colour is mid range reddish brown. The beer has a complex malty flavour derived from the combination of coloured malt and wheat malt but there is also a pleasant fruity note. The bitterness is clean and modern with a grassy hoppy finish.