HISTORY 2017-10-16T12:05:10+00:00

CAMPBELL’S – BREWING HISTORY

Campbells brewery was established in 2017 in Peebles by Murray Campbell. We are a team absolutely dedicated to producing the finest ales in Scotland.

Our brewers, Isaac Knowles-Gruft, Mark Harrison and Craig Barrett are incredibly skilled and passionate and their mission is always to source top quality malts and hops to produce the very best cask and bottle-conditioned ales.

2 of Scotlands best known rugby players have stated that they both think that the beers produced at Campbell’s are the finest they have ever tasted. They are both keen ale men and know a thing or two about beers to say the least.

Murray Campbell is the main contact with the pubs and hotels that we supply to. With his background in logistics things generally run extremely smoothly and clients receive their beer when expected 100% of the time.

SCOTTISH INGREDIENTS

We have made a concerted effort to try and keep as much of the ingredient base Scottish with all of our barley malt and wheat for Gunner being grown local in East Lothian 40 minutes from Peebles.

GUNNER – THE BLONDE ALE…

Gunner Blonde is the first beer that we have brought out on to the market and we are having so much success with this we have had to increase the number of our fermentation vessels to keep up with demand. Gunner Blonde is a lovely well balanced blonde ale brewed with German bittering hops and finished with delicious American hops creating an absolutely delicious pint.

Scottish Microbrewery - Campbell's Brewery, Peebles, Scottish Borders.

WHAT’S NEXT AT CAMPBELLS…?

The next beer that we bring out will be an IPA. We have sourced the finest hops that money can buy for this and together with Mark and Craig we feel that this will really excite the market.

HOW DO WE MAKE OUR CRAFT BEERS…?

Campbell’s is a craft beer maker & producer with a mission to bring the finest range of local quality seasonal british craft beer to the Scottish Borders.

We brew traditional ales with locally grown and malted barley, pure soft Scottish Borders water, and the finest hops sourced from around the world.

“This beer makes me incredibly proud to be Scottish”
Gary Armstrong, Scotland Grand Slam Winner