To celebrate the opening of the new brewery the Black Isle Brewery will be hosting a Summer Shindig on Saturday the 4th of June to celebrate .

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Live music will come from the likes of Parma Violets, The Douglas Firs, Black Diamond Express, Homecoming String Band, Wax, Jack Rabbit’s Foot Minstrels, Abigail Grey which will ensure everyone will be dancing from dusk till dawn.

To celebrate Black Isle Brewery welcomes adults and children to the brewery and farm on the Black Isle for a day of fun country fare. The two acres of the farm and the 18th c. barn will provide the peaceful atmosphere to a festive weekend. Guests are invited to set up tents in one of the lush green fields only steps away from all the excitement. It is sure to be special communal event with a hog roast, live music, country camping, a farm shop and delicious organic beer.

Throughout the day guests can take a guided stroll around the farm to see the animals, learn how the celebrated beer is made on a brewery tour, and try for a prize by participating in a number of beer-themed games.

No need to bring any food, we’ll be roasting our farm reared pig and sheep and in the original 18th c dairy there will be a chance to buy fresh organic milk, eggs, baked goods, soup and sandwiches, and salads, all grown and produced on the farm complimented by flowing fresh organic beer.

The Summer Shindig will commence on Saturday, the 4th of June at 10am and end on Sunday 5th June at noon. The ribbon cutting ceremony will be at 12:30. Guests are welcome to arrive and camp Friday night for an evening around the bonfire.

Admission is…..FREE But donations are welcome.

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