Dun InnCorrary Farm
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Coronavirus update 30 / 3 / 20
I have spoken to Neil Hammond, and he has lots of beer in bottles on his shelves, and also the local shops are carrying his stock. Neil also has a number of (4 pint) growlers delivered to him recently, and is currently looking at otherways of getting his beer out to you - including home delivery if local, and self isolating!
Currently, courier delivery is prohibatively expensive (£20 / 12 bottles) but is happy to look into alternatives
The Dun Brewery has a small bar at one end where you can try two of their real ales and a selection of their bottle conditioned (RAIB) beers. There's seating in the sheltered courtyard outside and a couple of bothy like small rooms when it's raining. Only crisps, nuts etc. to eat, but a few yards up the road is the Wagon Café. Off sales are very much available, the bottled beers being complemented by gift packs and merchandise such as T-shirts. OPENING TIMES: There are no fixed hours but it is regularly open depending on when the brewer/owner is around. Might be worth phoning ahead.