Introducing Bow Fiddle Blonde

Bow Fiddle Blonde is a delicious golden ale with clean taste and a pleasant hop aroma, followed by lingering bitters.

The beer is named after the iconic Bow Fiddle rock formation off the Moray Firth coast at Portknockie, where the action of the waves against the sandstone has left what resembles a fiddler’s elbow. In the past it was a rites of passage for the young men of the village to swim the choppy waters between the rock and mainland to collect gull’s eggs. Today it remains an impressive sight to visitors and walkers on the coastal footpath.