Address : The Moulin Inn & Brewery, 11 - 13 Kirkmichael Road, Moulin, Nr Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5EH
Telephone No : 01796 472196
Web Site : www.Moulininn.co.uk
Visitors Centre : Yes, The Moulin Inn !
The brewery was first opened in time for the 'glorious twelfth' - 1995. This was to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Moulin Inn.
The building was originally the coachhouse & stables for the Pitlochry to Kirkmichael coach service, the roofspace being 'lads' accommodation. In more recent years it had been a cattle byre and then became the dump for old hotel furniture & fittings.
The present owners had seen successful pub breweries in England and with the thought of the Moulin Inns past history, where did it get its drinks from in 1695 ??, there must have been a local brewhouse in operation - it seemed fitting that they celebrate the pubs 300th anniversary by starting to brew at home again.
Please see below a list of beers produced at the Moulin Brewery:
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Ale of Atholl 4.5% abv
A full bodied, mellow, red colored ale. Very much in the Scottish 80/- style and well balanced and highly drinkable.
Braveheart 4.0% abv
A dark brown strong ale brewed with honey and roast malt and named in honor of William Wallace, Braveheart of Scotland.
Old Remedial 5.2% ab
A golden copper colored ale amazing drinkability. Brewed with Pilgrim, East Kent Golding and Cascade hops for a spicy flavor and citrus aroma.
Light Ale 3.7% abv
A straw colored, refreshing, light-bodied session beer for those time when you're in the mood for more than one.
A big thank you to the Brewery's own web site, www.MoulinInn.co.uk for most of the information and images on this page.