An Teallach Ale Company
Address : An Teallach Ale Company, Camusnagaul, Dundonnell, Little Loch Broom by Garve, IV23 2QT
Telephone No : 01854 633306
Web Site : www.AnTeallachAle.co.uk
Visitors Centre : No
Established in 2001 by David and Wilma Orr in Dundonnell on the family croft in the North West Highlands of Scotland, An Teallach Ale Company takes its name from the mountain called An Teallach ( the forge ) which dominates the skyline and itself has 10 distinct peaks greater than 3000 feet in height. Before getting their own 5-barrel plant operational during 2003, a beer was brewed for them at Atlas Brewery in Kinlochleven. An Teallach ales offer a variety of big flavours, aiming to have something for every taste, hopefully then no-one will be left disappointed.
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Crofters Pale ale 4.2% ABV
A good quaffing golden ale, drinking much lighter than its 4.2% ABV.
An Teallach Ale 4.5% ABV
Typical 80/- style ale. Rich and malty.
Kildonan 4.4% ABV
Golden ale with plenty of fruit and a good smack of bitterness 4.4%
Ben Dearg Ale 3.8% ABV
A nicely balanced sweetish beer with a long, malty after taste.
Suilven 4.3% ABV
A golden beer with a Hoppy aroma. Well balanced with zesty hop, malt, fruit and balancing bitterness makes for easy drinking.
The Hector 7% ABVA lovely smooth stout named after the famous boat that sailed from Ullapool to what became Pictou County in Nova Scotia in the late 18th Century.