Lerwick Brewery’s Tushkar – A Review

Braither's Beer and Brewing

As we slip into the second week of October it is time to accept that summer really has come and gone once again, and winter is fast approaching. Here in Scotland this means the inevitable transition from windy, rainy and cold weather with the occasional sunny day thrown in, to the marginally more depressing windy, rainy and cold weather with the occasional blizzard thrown in.

Nowhere is this truer than in Shetland, home of the Lerwick Brewery. Since its inception in 2013 the 20 hectolitre brewery has gone from strength to strength, with three core products now representing the brand. 60° North Lager and Skipper’s Ticket Pale Ale are a couple of light, refreshing beers; the perfect drinks to quench a man’s thirst on that warm summer’s day we are very occasionally gifted around the middle of July. The third is ‘Tushkar’ – a warming oatmeal stout more suited to…

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