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- Website www.angus-ales.co.uk
Established in 2009 as the first micro-brewery in Angus for half a century, owner Alan Lawson makes use of the area’s rich golfing history in the branding of his ales. Mashie Niblick, a type of golf club from the days before they were numbered, is a malty ale in the traditional Scottish style. Birdie 3 is a hoppier pale brown ale, then there’s gold beer Gowfer’s Gold. Driver Dark, a stout, uses roasted barley and chocolate malt.
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Angus Ales brings micro-brewing to the land of golf9 Jul 2012
The first small-scale brewery in the area for 50 years won't be the last
When Alan Lawson established Angus Ales in 2009, there had been no brewery in the county of Angus for half a century, he says. The new micro-brewery found plenty of inspiration in the area's championship golf courses.