Here you will find our selection of wonderful drinks, mixers and syrups/cordials. Included here is our range of Vintage Cocktails from the Handmade Cocktail company – cocktails which are mixed and allowed to ‘marry’ in the bottle – the result is a superb set of perfectly mixed cocktails which just require ice and a garnish to serve!
Next up, we have a sterling range of vermouths. Popular examples of these wine-based, herb-and-spice-flavoured concoctions include the classic Martini, Noilly Prat and Dubonnet. Vermouths are the cornerstone of many of the world’s best-loved cocktails (Manhattans and Martinis being supreme examples).
An ale with a difference. Ola Dubh is ale that was aged in whisky casks, and casks from Highland Park no less. This particular ale was aged in casks which previously held 18 year old Highland Park! Each is labeled with bottle number and date, as well as being signed by the head brewer and the "master of wood".
For a time that is meant to be harmonious and happy, Christmas isn't half stressful. Present buying, icy floors and flashing lights covering every inch of the high street, the peacefulness of the holiday season is really quite a paradox, wouldn't you say? Lucky for us, in 2012 BrewDog made their own Christmas beer, aged for 12 months in rum barrels, to sip and enjoy as the world around us gets tangled up in tinsel.
A great vermouth from Bordeaux. This is made with white Bordeaux wines and fruit brandy and is aged in oak for between 6 months and a year.
This Ola Dubh is a very good quality ale matured in casks whisky previously held 16 year old Highland Park, the result is a fabulous drink.
A classic red vermouth. The balance is superb and there is a lovely herbal flavour. A great addition to many a cocktail.
Part of BrewDog's Abstrakt brand, which tend to be just a little more "boundary-pushing" than BrewDog's already radical catalogue. AB:14 is an oak aged Imperial Weizenbock that they describe as being as close to banoffee pie as beer can get. Of all the nostalgic puddings BrewDog could have chosen, they hit the nail on the head and picked the best one. Top work!
An incredibly good red vermouth which was originally used to make the Martinez (the grandfather of the martini). Each bottle of Antica Formula is individually numbered, and it really does make a great Manhattan, as well as being an excellent digestif.
A French aperitif made with wine from the south of France. This is flavoured with herbs, spices and quinine and is aged in oak for three years.
A non-alcoholic Grenadine from Monin. This has the authentic pomegranate flavour that will improve your Tequila Sunrise or Shirley Temple no end. Fact Hunt: Did you know the word Grenade comes from the French for Pomegranate. In the early days of explosives before gunpowder was discovered they'd simply use heavy fruit, either that or grenades have the same shape as pomegranates. Certainly one of those statements is true...
Black Tokyo Horizon is a collaborative beer from Brew Dog, Mikkeller and Nogne O. It brings together each of the company's signature stouts: Mikkeller's Black, BrewDog's Tokyo* and Nogne's Dark Horizon. Together, they have created a thick, tasty stout that is not to be trifled with, because it in fact has more layers of flavour than your run-of-the-mill trifle.