Dunfermline's new beer brings festival cheer
Published 5 Aug 2012 11:00 2 Comments
VISITORS to this year's Bruce Festival will be able to toast their hero with a local brew named in his honour.
The de Brus Dunfermline Blond Ale will be on sale at this year's Bruce Festival, which takes place at Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline, on the weekend of 25th-26th August.
As reported in the Press earlier this year, the beer is the brainchild of David Austin, who runs Reuben's Cafe and Wine Store in New Row, Dunfermline.
He said, "We are looking forward to giving visitors to the Bruce Festival a chance to try our Bruce ale. It's an ideal fit - a beer named after Robert the Bruce at a festival in his honour."
The Bruce Festival's organisers, Dunfermline Delivers, are planning to make this year's event the biggest and best ever.
New attractions include medieval dance displays by Living History Scotland, free archery lessons and a fun treasure hunt through The Glen.
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