correct at the date indicated. However we accept no responsibility for any false, misleading or inaccurate information within this site. We are not Craigmill Brewery and have no connection with them. This is not their official web site. If you believe any of the above information to be wrong, then let us at www.quaffale.org.uk know by contacting us.
Heather Ales was set up in 1992 and initially brewed their beer at West Highland. In 1993 production moved to Maclays. In 1999 they opened their own brewery to brew their cask products with the bottled beers being brewed at Forth. The name Craigmill Brewery was used for the beers that do not fit the specialist styles of Heather Ales. Towards the end of 2003 they took over Forth, renaming it Williams Brothers. All production was transferred there by early 2004. However the brewery has been used by Stewart on an irregular basis since then. The Craigmill brand of beers has been ceased. The brewery was sold during 2005 and reopened as Strathaven Ales.
We do not maintain a list of beers brewed by each brewery. There may be a list on the brewery's own website. For historical information, we suggest you also visit the brewery page on the unfortunately no longer updated Beermad.
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