The Main Bar is part of the central hub of the weekend, situated in the main marquee, at the opposite end to the main stage (seeing the theme?). The Main Bar will feature over forty taps (cask and keg) pouring simultaneously, including a selection of draught cider alongside the wide range of beers. At the end of the bar you’ll find the wine, spirits and soft-drinks mini-bar, if all the beer is getting a bit much.
Courtyard Bar & Brewery Tap Room
Located adjacent to the brewery, on the way in to the festival site, the Brewery Tap Room and Courtyard Bar are perfect for a quick change of pace from the festival fields.
The Brewery Tap Room bar has four cask and three keg beers on at all times, as well as a fully stocked shop with bottles and mini-casks to take away (ideal for casual drinks while pitching your tent). It also sells a range of wine and spirits and is the only bar on site that takes cash, and you can top up with extra cash with cashback should you need to get some extra tokens or food.
The Courtyard Bar is at the opposite end of the courtyard behind the Brewery Tap Room. Using tokens you can pick up a pint and enjoy the sunshine (maybe) surrounded by the traditional old farm buildings. The courtyard is also the site of Argyll’s biggest pub quiz on Saturday afternoon as well as a full music line-up on Saturday!
Brewers Bar & Cocktail Lounge
At the edge of the camping field is a special bar serving special drinks. The Brewers Bar & Cocktail Lounge share a marquee with a chilled atmosphere, serving artisan cocktails and beers from our European brewery friends that have been specially selected by the Brewers Bar curators. This year we’re delighted to welcome back Italian beer heroes Ma Che Siete Venuti A Fa’ who’ll be going back to back with Dutch brewery Kaapse Brouwers showcasing the best of Italy, Holland and beyond. If you’re in need of a bloody mary in the morning, a mojito at midday or looking for a special beer to toast the evening, this is the place to look. There’s also going to be live music in the tent throughout the weekend, so keep your eyes and ears open!
If you’re feeling adventurous and want to make the most of the beautiful scenery of Glen Fyne, take the trip to the Walkers’ Bar, located an hours walk up the glen in an old bothy. In addition to a set from The Daddy Naggins (from 2pm) the Fyne Ales pop-up bar has been improved for 2017 to cope with demand (who knew so many people liked walking?) and there’ll be a chance to grab some hot food for the trip back down to the festival site.