On Thursday March 12th 2020, the Highlands based brewery are throwing a launch party with Alby’s Leith for the release of their new seasonal beer, Morocco White IPA.
The talented team at Alby’s have designed a special one off Moroccan inspired menu using organic Hebridean lamb and fresh produce from the Black Isle Brewery farm in Munlochy. All the dishes will be perfectly paired with samples of Morocco White IPA, as well as a selection of other Black Isle beers. The event will also be accompanied with some awesome tunes from local DJ Hiba Abdllh.
11 Bars Across Scotland And Newcastle
In addition to the Alby’s event, Black Isle Brewery are partnering with 11 bars across Scotland and Newcastle, including their own bars in Inverness and Fort William, to be the first venues to pour Morocco on draught.
Aidy Fenwick, Marketing Manager for Black Isle Brewery, said: “We’re excited to launch our latest seasonal release, Morocco White IPA. It’s beautifully balanced, with big aromatic hops, fresh organic oranges and grapefruit peel. Morocco gives a gentle nod to a Wit Bier, so it’s the perfect IPA for those who are looking for a bit of variety in their hoppy styles’’
The public is invited to attend the 11 participating venues on Friday 13th to try the beer for the first time, before it becomes available at other venues the following week.
The beer will also become available from retailers, including Flavourly.com, on Friday 13th.
Full list of venues below;
My Friend The Murderer, Edinburgh
Portobello Tap, Edinburgh
Sweet Recreation, Glasgow
Inn Deep, Glasgow
Black Isle Bar, Inverness
Black Isle Bar, Fort William
CASC Bar, Aberdeen
The Free Trade Inn, Newcastle
About Black Isle Brewery:
Black Isle was started by David Gladwin in 1998. An unemployed beer lover, he set out to make world-class beer using barley and hops, grown on organic farms, without the use of destructive chemicals. Today Black Isle brew world class beers from the finest organic malt and hops grown on farms without chemicals, as nature intended.
Based near Inverness, the capital of the Highlands of Scotland, it is our beautiful, unspoilt, unpolluted, wild, and not a little bit wet highland home – and we love it!
For more information contact Aidy Fenwick on firstname.lastname@example.org