Ceilidh in a Brewery

We've recently started hosting a ceilidh in our brewery. Our inaugural strip the willows-fest was on the 29th December 2018 which sold out in a matter of days. Our events are ticketed to ensure we keep an eye on numbers and to make sure there is plenty of room for 'vigourous' dancing!
Our next event will be on 30th March 2019 and follows a similar plan as before. This time though we're providing MORE CEILIDH and a bigger break for food. The ceilidh will be split up into two 1hr15min sections with a half hour break in-between and will be followed by a disco until last orders from our well stocked and fully licensed bar. We'll have our wood fired pizza oven working flat out along with a big pot of stovies to help feed the masses during the break which is all part of the ticket price. Your first Ovenstone 109 pint of craft ale is on us too. Tickets are priced at £17.50 and will be on sale from the 4th February 2019. They can be ordered direct from the brewery or via our online shop here .

Dress code is whatever you want it to be. Last time we had everything from jeans and tshirts to full black tie. If you have a kilt then this is the perfect excuse to dust it off. If you don't then anything other than your birthday suit is good with us. 


Pittenweem Arts Festival 2018

All done and dusted now but we had a fabulous time being an art gallery for 9 days. We made many, many cakes (about 50 in total) during the week for our brewery bar and at one point sold out of beer!  We're the biggest venue at the festival by far and with disabled access, 16 artists and loads of parking we're a one-stop-shop for festival visitors . Brian Anderson, our wonderfully talented local media magic man, has put together two little videos for you to get a proper feel of what the festival was like. Fancy using us as a venue? Get in touch.



Pittenweem Arts Festival 2017

As part of the Pittenweem Arts Festival 2017 we hosted 12 fabulous artists at our premises during 5th - 13th August. The festival is a celebration of the visual arts showcasing the work of over 100 artists in and around the village of Pittenweem.

Missed it all? Don't worry, as a taster we had Brian Anderson (ex-Pirate Radio Caroline amongst many other accolades ) help us with this little film.



As well as world-class artists, we had a pop-up café that served tea, coffee, a vast selection of home baking, and our very own Ovenstone 109 non-alcoholic Ginger Beer. 

We also had our first ever Ovenstone 109 IPA on tap for a 'wee snifter'.


If you visited and want to find a particular artist then please get in touch with us directly.