BREWED & BOTTLED IN THE EAST NEUK OF FIFE

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NOVEMBER UPDATE

We're currently in tier 3 which means our usual friendly suppliers in the pubs, restaurants and bistros are struggling a little. However, our brewery shop is still open and our free delivery service is very much still on offer.

If you click the link below it will take you to our online shop where you can order to collect from the brewery or have us deliver to your door if you are in the KY8, 9, 10, 15 or 16 postcodes. 

We have changed our operating hours to suit demand and during December we will open on a Sunday too but for the time being Sundays and Mondays we're closed as there are only two of us here and we use those days to catch up behind the scenes!

BREWERY OPENING HOURS

 10am -5pm Tue-Fri
10.30am - 4.30pm Saturday
Closed on Sunday & Monday 

Orders can be made online or in person by popping in. Whatever suits your fancy. 

Please remember to wear a mask if you are coming to the brewery. Horse and cape is optional.



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Ovenstone 109 is a new brewery in the East Neuk of Fife. We produced our first beer in 2018

We want to make great tasting, unique, craft beers; but then so does every other microbrewery in Scotland. We could write a load of hyped up prose about how amazing we are and why our beers are streets ahead of all other breweries. But lets face it, a great beer for someone might be bland for another. We simply aim to brew tasty beers that make you go 'that's alright that' and we do that with a great deal of emphaisis on quality and consistency. 

Our goals are:

Great beer –make the kind of beers that give you a warm and cosy glow because it reminds you of a refreshingly classic quality ale. We'll leave the high ABV% hop infused concotions of weird to others.

Green beer – we want to install and develop renewable and sustainable technology in our brewery, with the ultimate goal of one day making beer without burning any of those pesky fossil fuels whatsoever.

Smart beer – we want our beer to help people learn stuff about things. That might be showing visitors exactly how craft beer is made, explaining how we try and brew with minimal environmental impact, or teaching local schoolchildren that science isn’t dull as dishwater but has all sorts of thrilling real-world applications. If you visit our premises or website we want you to leave knowing a tiny little bit more about the world than when you arrived.