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Windswept Brewery

There's a reason its called Windswept and it is all to do with the location facing across the North Sea near the RAF base at Lossiemouth. Small brewery that can be visited by arrangement.


Started in 2012, this is a small brewery that produces around 3000 pints per brew - enough for a party, that is for sure.  The produce a wide range of bottled beers with names that have a lot of schutzpah!

They are not open for casual drop-in tours, but call or contact ahead and find out how the guys are brewing, what they want to achieve and have a taste of course.

Opening Days & Times

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 1000-1700.
Call ahead on Saturdays, someone is usually there.

Address

Unit B 13 Coulardbank Industrial Estate

Postcode

IV31 6NG

Contact Phone

01343 814310

Email

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Wednesday, 17 February 2016

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