Fallen Brewing has won twice at the Scottish Beer Awards, taking gold in the best pale ale category and silver for a collaboration brew in sour beers.
Grapevine (5.4% ABV) picked up gold in the category for best pale ale, beating competitor brews from Williams Brothers and Cross Borders Brewing to the top spot. In the category for sour beer, Spring — a rhubarb and citrus sour beer made at Tempest in collaboration with Fallen, Cromarty and Pilot — picked up silver.
Fallen Brewing managing director, Paul Fallen, said: “We were really delighted with the results of the awards. This year has been so busy for Fallen Brewing.
“After making a brave decision at the end of 2016 to invest in our own canning line, we weren’t sure how the decision would be received, but these awards just prove that it has been worth all the hard work. Our can volumes have increased by 100% over the last year and our output and customers are growing all the time.”
Established in 2014, Fallen Brewing is situated in the old Kippen Railway Station, with views towards The Trossachs and the South West Highlands. The range is made using only pure, soft, Scottish mountain water, and the best hops and malts from around the world.