Edinburgh Breweries

Capital of Craft

Capital of Craft

Brewery Guide...
Edinburgh was once arguably one of the most successful brewing cities on the planet. With origins in the 12th centaury the industry grew up around the city's many underground springs. By the 19th centaury there was said to be as many brewery-stacks as kirk-spires and the air hung heavy with the pungent vapour of malt n' hops. It's one reason the city earned itself the nickname Auld Reekie as Edinburgh beers travelled across the British Empire. The 20th centaury saw consolidation and decline and by 2003 the city was down to its last brewery. Since then however, there has been a renaissance in craft brewing with around a dozen breweries operating in the city and surrounding metropolitan area. In no particular order, below, is a guide to Edinburgh's breweries and where to find them. At Edinburgh Beer Box we're proud to bring you a taste of what Edinburgh's brewing renaissance has to offer.

Barney's Brewery

Barney's Brewery
Small cozy restaurant near the downtown, owned by a family business.
Our address
Acorn St, Boston, 02108 MA, US
Open hours
11:00 AM — 6:00 PM Monday closed
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