I stopped past here as Hootananny is mentioned on the Black Isle brewery tour flyer as an outpost for their beer. Hootananny is a bar known for having traditional Scottish live music on every evening and ceilidhs and such. Inside the decor is slightly garish (bright red walls and green columns....) and pretty grubby after years of people spilling drinks everywhere. Beer wise there are 6 taps of interest - 2 cask and 4 keg dispensing Black Isle beers, including at least one of the higher ABV offerings. They also have a thai food menu, which I find rather unfitting to the place as a whole. Not really my sort of venue, useful if you want to try some Black Isle in Inverness, but I wouldn’t return.