Fallen Brewing | Blackhouse & Platform C. www.fallenbrewing.co.uk

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Award Winners! Small Batch! Fallen Brewing | Blackhouse & Platform C. www.fallenbrewing.co.uk


First opened in 1856, this busy Victorian railway station played an important part in Stirlingshire’s rich rural heritage. One of many stations on the Forth & Clyde Line, it was the routes second busiest stop, due to two creameries, a sandstone quarry and the Boquhan Brick & Tile Works using it as their main route to Glasgow, and two nearby country houses receiving visitors throughout the year. Although closed in 1934, its industrial legacy continues today as Fallen Brewing Co.

Living and working in such an inspirational setting makes us very aware of the natural environment around us – from our back door we can see the peaks of Ben Lomond, Ben Ledi, Ben Venue, Ben Vorlich and Stuc a’ Chroin. We run our brewery using electricity from 100% renewable sources (via Good Energy), all our waste malt goes to local farmers for cattle feed, and waste hops are composted for the garden.

Producing small batches of high quality craft beer using the best ingredients we can find. We love hops and promise to use lots of them. We love the countryside and promise to be as environmentally friendly as possible. We also love brewing great beer for you guys to enjoy. If there’s a beer you’d like us to brew, let us know!

Fallen Brewing Blackhouse 5.0% ABV, £2.10 for 300ml from Oddbins and various independent

This fantastic brew is so light and easy drinking you won’t believe that it is a smoked porter. With rich chocolate, coffee and peat smoked flavours it stands up to the richness of a Christmas dinner with all the trimmings yet it doesn’t over power the flavours of turkey, gravy or pigs in blankets. And for dessert it complements a blue cheese beautifully bringing out all the natural sweetness in the beer.

Fallen Brewing, Platform C 6.3% ABV, £2.10 for 300ml from Oddbins and various independent

This brew has just picked up Best Pale Ale in the Scottish Beer Awards. This is the perfect winter beer. The flavour conjures up thoughts of long wintery walks on the Scottish hillside. The malty backbone of this beer brings out the sweetness in rich cured meats like venison, haggis and black pudding. This beer is dark bitter in colour with a woody aroma which tastes of toffee with sweet spicy overtones. It is the ultimate comfort beer; you can imagine drinking this as you relax into a big leather sofa in a bothy after a day on the hill (or the rugby pitch!).





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