Great Scots

Our Great Scots range currently consists of 4 different styles of beers, with brand names linked to historical Scottish figures with links to our local area around Loch Leven.

  • Outlaw King (Golden Ale) named after Robert the Bruce who was buried nearby in Dunfermline.  Outlaw King conveniently happens to be the title chosen by Netflix for their recent block-buster film about Robert the Bruce released in November 2018.
  • Warrior Queen (IPA) is named after Mary Queen of Scots who was imprisoned for almost a year in Lochleven Castle before making her dramatic escape.
  • Shining Knight (Craft Lager) is named after Andrew Carnegie, the renowned Scottish-American industrialist and philanthropist, who was born nearby in Dunfermline. August 2019 will see the centenary of his death.
  • King Slayer (Scottish Ale) is named after Gabriel de Montgomery who accidentally killed the French King in a joust in 1559. The Montgomery family have been associated with Loch Leven for many generations.

Shining Knight

Andrew Carnegie never accepted the honour Knight of the Realm, but he was certainly a worthy knight of the people. This remarkable man was born in Dunfermline (Scotland’s ancient capital).

Warrior Queen

Mary Queen of Scots was vivacious, clever, multilingual, a keen golfer and a genuine warrior Queen.

King Slayer

In 1559 Gabriel de Montgomery, a direct ancestor of Loch Leven Director, Kinross born Jamie Montgomery, accidentally killed the King of France, Henri II, in a joust.

Outlaw King

Robert the Bruce, hailed by many as Scotland’s greatest King, is buried in Dunfermline; just 12 miles from our Brewery.

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