AWARD-WINNING craft brewer Inveralmond has launched a new beer and a new look for all its best sellers to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Famed for producing craft beer in the heart of Scotland, Inveralmond has added EPA, an Edinburgh Pale Ale, to its portfolio. It has also relaunched bestsellers Ossian and Lia Fail, revealed a new look for all of its beers, and committed to a tripling of its brewing capacity in Perth.
The EPA, packed with Munich malt and Goldings hops, is a fitting addition to Inveralmond’s line-up now that the Perth brewer is part of the same family as Innis & Gunn, which is based in Edinburgh. The EPA will be joined in May by Daracha, a ruby ale brewed with Amber malts and roast barley, to create Inveralmond’s new core range. A host of seasonal brews will be added throughout the year.
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The brewery is undergoing a £750,000 refit and expansion to accommodate brewing of both Inveralmond and Innis & Gunn beers. Inveralmond became part of the Innis & Gunn family a year ago.
Inveralmond founder and chief executive Fergus Clark said he was excited about taking the brewery forward after 20 successful years in the beer business.
Clark said: “We’re excited about our brand revamp and the new beers we’re working on. It’s fitting that the first launch to roll out of our new-look brewery, and the first new Inveralmond branded beer in a while, is an EPA. Edinburgh Pale Ale paved the way for British beer around the world.