The clocks are about to go back, leaves are turning brown and the nights are drawing in. At this time of year, a lot of our favourite breweries tend to release some autumn inspired beer! Our team love nothing more than relaxing on an autumn evening with a Scottish beer and something tasty to eat. There is a lot of choice out there so we thought we would give you a hand in choosing a Scottish beer to enjoy this autumn.
1. Barney's Ol' Seamus Scotch Ale
2. Simple Things Fermentations Seasonals Best Bitter
3. Tempest Mexicake Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout
Do you want to try out more seasonal beers?
What better combination than a little local history combined with guided beer tastings? ScotBeer provide walking tours in Edinburgh,Leith, Glasgow and Aberdeen.
If this sounds like your cup of tea (or should we say, pint of beer...), book a beer tour or give the gift of beer by purchasing our gift cards!
Top 5 Autumnal Walks in Scotland
Scotland undoubtably has some of the best scenery in the world and at this time of year it is enhanced by golden light and browning trees. Take advantage of the world on our doorsteps and step away from the madness of everyday life whilst enjoying all the benefits of the great outdoors.
Good Walks in Scotland with Pubs
Aside from beer walks, our team love heading out for an autumnal walk to wind down after a busy week exploring Scotland's best bars with our guests. At this time of year, Scotland looks incredible so we asked our team where their favourite autumnal walks are and we've compiled a list of our top 5 autumnal walks.
1. Roslin Glen
2. Bennachie Centre to Mither Tap
3. Dollar Glen
4. Lord Ancrum's Wood
5. Glenmore Forest Park
What to do when it's raining in Scotland
The team at ScotBeer recommend seeking shelter in a local pub. You'll find lots of these on our Beer Maps of Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Want some company and some stories? Well, we'd love to spend some time with you on a beer tour. Join us in Leith, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen.