Brewed in Edinburgh Caledonian Brewery has been part of Edinburgh's life for a long time. Well over 140 years, in fact. Time enough for both of us to develop an appreciation of each other's special character.
Our values are based on Edinburgh’s strong character, the inventiveness, judgement and artistry of our brewers, and the pure quality of our beers. In time-honoured fashion we continue to use natural whole leaf hops and use open-fired brewing coppers, which are the last remaining of their kind in the UK.
As the city’s only original brewery, we honour the past, relish the future and celebrate the present, sponsoring the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Caledonian Pipe Band. As the author Ian Rankin and his Inspector Rebus both appreciate, Caledonian beer is a brand in tune with Edinburgh culture.
“I’ve tasted a multitude of beers and lagers in over a dozen countries but nothing quite matches Deuchars. When I’m away on tour with my books it’s one of the things I miss the most.”
Ian Rankin, author
Scotland’s only Beer Sommelier (he hates the term!) shares his personal view of the wonderful world of beer and brewing from his own wee window in the Caley.
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Andy Maddock appointed as new Managing Director
The Caledonian Brewing Company today confirms that Andy Maddock will join the business in March, taking up the role of Managing Director, following the departure of Stephen Crawley at the end of December 2013. Andy is currently Trade Marketing… read on
Caley brews legendary rugby figure’s fund-raising ale
Legendary Scottish rugby union commentator Bill McLaren will long be remembered for his outstanding contribution to the sport through his many years behind the microphone. Now rugby fans can raise a glass of Bill’s beer in celebration of the 90th… read on
Pipe band double act drums-up donations for Royal Blind
Edinburgh’s Rose Street turned into a musical mayhem on 22nd August as two pipe bands teamed up to march through the infamous pub hub for charity.
Adding to the renowned Fringe atmosphere, Edinburgh’s Caledonian Brewery Pipe Band joined forces… read on