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Allanwater Brewhouse, Bridge of Allan - pub details

Address: Queens Lane, Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, FK9 4HP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 44130) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bridge Of Allan (0.3 miles), Dunblane (2.4 miles), Stirling (2.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.7/10 (rated by 3 users)
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user reviews of Allanwater Brewhouse, Bridge of Allan

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The Allanwater Brewhouse was easily my favourite of 23 new pubs visited in Scotland this weekend. Tucked away in an outbuilding behind the main road, it possesses plenty of character. Although it could probably do with a good dust. The owner/brewer was friendly and very knowledgeable. The bar itself stocks several of his ales (Tinpot). He had 70/-, Wee Guinea 90/-, Procrastination, Pot Of Gold, Cranberry Pot & Winter Spice. I was also pleasant surprised to see that he produces his own ciders too - Farmhouse Cider, Mango Cider, Ginger Cider, Cranberry Cider, Raspberry Cider & Berry Cider. It was the first time I'd had a cranberry cider and it was very nice indeed. I'd love to spend more time in here and may just do that one day. Excellent pub. We moved on to the nearby Crook Bar, which was a great disappointment in comparison.
blue_scrumpy - 14 Jan 2020 21:28
Visited here last summer but a new listing on BITE hence the late review. Characterful tap house for the Tinpot Brewery where 8 of their brews were on sale for £3 as well as a couple of ciders. The beers are distinctive - I tried the Bramble Pot, Chilli Pot (no prizes for guessing the special ingredients in these!) and the Nut Brown 80', all of which were an acquired taste. It seems most popular with students although there were all ages in there - it won't appeal to all but worth a visit if in the town for any length of time.
paul_d102 - 6 Jan 2015 08:33

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