A group of people living in a west Highland community are pulling together so that they can produce their very own local pints.

The Applecross Brewing Company… hopes to be producing an initial range of three beers by the end of the year.

Philip Buckley, of the partnership, said: “We are a group of locals and friends of Applecross who got together and decided it would be a good idea to have our own brewery.”

Mr Buckley said: “We are all doing it for the fun of it. We meet every month and we all have different jobs, it is a real community effort.

“We will be producing our initial range of three beers by the end of this year. A light hoppy summer beer, a ruby Scottish ale and a dark porter. Our brewer, John Johnston has already co-ordinated brews with Drygate Brewery, Glasgow and Bute Brew Co in Rothesay.”



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