Making beer is what breweries do, right?

We put beer in cask, bottle and keg – our founder and makes beers that he likes and Lewis makes beers that he likes. Lewis likes all the beers Rob makes; Rob doesn’t necessarily like all those Lewis makes… Generally Rob’s end up in cask and bottle; Lewis’s in cask and keg, eventually bottle, maybe.

Click on beers below to possibly learn more.

Core range – we try to always have these available in cask:

Orkney Best

Island Hopping

Dark Munro

Scapa SpecialĀ 

Sneaky Wee Orkney Stout

Pale Ale

Orkney IPA

Duke IPA

Orkney Blast

Bottle range – we aim to have these all available but not as easy as cask:

Island Hopping

Scapa Special

Pale Ale

Orkney IPA

Duke IPA

Orkney Blast

Imperial Stout

Old Norway

Orkney Porter

Craft range – Lewis’s beers:



Oat Stout

Long Way IPA (with Doug Odell!)

Muckle IPA


  9 comments for “Beers

  1. Graham
    14th August 2015 at 16:54

    Hi, Looking to buy Orkney Porter after tasting it in Kirkwall last week at the Good Food Cafe, do you have a stockist in Aberdeen?



    • Lewis
      14th August 2015 at 19:28

      Not that I know of at present. We’ll be looking to send stock down around October time when we have new set for release. Where would be a good place to stock it? I think CASC Bar might have bottles in the fridge for on sale, possibly take away from there? Cheers, Lewis.

  2. Rodney
    3rd November 2015 at 19:19

    Hello. Are any of your beers available in the U.S? I live in Richmond Virginia USA. Would love to try some. Thanks!

    • Lewis
      3rd November 2015 at 19:58

      Hey there! So far, no. We’d love to though – do you have any leads?

  3. steve Sharples
    18th November 2015 at 17:57

    what is Old Norway and where in the deep of these islands can I buy it?

    steve S

  4. Mike
    16th December 2015 at 08:05

    Enjoyed your Christmas ale in Blackfriars (Inverness) last night, but why no information about this beer on your website?

    • Lewis
      16th December 2015 at 09:25

      Glad you enjoyed! There is a lot of info missing from this site…what would you like to know?

  5. Mike
    16th December 2015 at 09:54

    Always interesting to see info about a beer. For example a stout I tried last night notes “robust flavours of liquorice and chocolate” and “not overbearing on the palate”. I had my own thoughts, but interesting to see the brewer’s notes.


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