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Harviestoun

Harviestoun Bitter & Twisted
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Harviestoun Bitter & Twisted
80A remarkably tasty, bright yellow beer that can be comfortably chilled right down for hot days. Worth trying with a fruity salad like pear and stilton.

Harviestoun Ola Dubh Special Reserve 12 Years Old
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Harviestoun Ola Dubh Special Reserve 12 Years Old
82Dark malt flavours are prominent in this first of three versions of Ola Dubh (‘black oil').

Harviestoun Ola Dubh Special Reserve 16 Year Old
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Harviestoun Ola Dubh Special Reserve 16 Year Old
86Smoother, creamier and more subtle than the 12. Complex and fascinating.

Harviestoun Ola Dubh Special Reserve 30 Years Old
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Harviestoun Ola Dubh Special Reserve 30 Years Old
86This is the one of the three Ola Dubhs that shows its heritage most. A high quality beer with a lovely lightness of touch.

Harviestoun Ola Dubh Special Reserve 40 Years Old
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Harviestoun Ola Dubh Special Reserve 40 Years Old
83The dark ale and whisky features combine really well, with both aspects discernible but complementary. More complex than the Ola Dubh 18.

Harviestoun Old Dubh 18

Harviestoun Old Dubh 18
81Another great offering from the Ola Dubh range. Harviestoun's Old Engine Oil has been aged this time in 18-year-old whisky casks.

Harviestoun Try'd & Tested

Harviestoun Try'd & Tested
78Beer with balls', launched for the Rugby World Cup. As is typical of Harviestoun beers, hops dominate this amber-red ale from kick off to final whistle.

Capital combinations (London)
Where in London can you eat good food and drink great beer at the same time? Ben McFarland found out

East Anglia: Full of Eastern promise
East Anglia has emerged from the shadow of one large brewer and is producing some of Britain's most exciting beers. Andrew Burnyeat reports

Och aye the brew (Scotland)
Scotland has undergone a beer revolution in the last decade. Ben McFarland looks at what is on offer

Scotland's true new Irn brews
Scotland has undergone a real ale revolution in recent years. Dominic Roskrow reports

Great Scot
The Caledonian Brewery is the last brewery in Edinburgh and after some tough times it is in fine form. Dominic Roskrow visited it

Scotland's new national drink
The opportunity to drink a few beers in Scotland has Alastair Gilmour on a ‘high'.

Scotland's biggest little brewery
Ben McFarland visits Harviestoun, a brewery at the forefront of craft brewing in Scotland.

    Harviestoun Brewery
  • Alva Industrial Estate. Alva. Clackmannanshire. Scotland. FT12 5DQ
  • Tel : +44 1259 769 100