Lothian South Queensferry Beer Guide: Your Lothian South Queensferry guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Lothian South Queensferry

62 /100
Hawes Inn (Bar)
7 NEWHALLS ROAD
“Nice old pub but owned by Vintage Inn's so selection a bit more generic. Worth a visit if in the area. Three casks (including on my visit Whisky cask cider from Thistly Cross)“
joetownpunk 364 days ago
52 /100 BANKHEAD FARM STEADING, BANKHEAD RD
“The Ferry Brewery is in a farmhouse complex occupied by various offices and workshops. It’s not easy to find but we eventually spotted a board by the roadside saying it was open until 7pm but alas it wasn’t, so check the opening times before you go. All I can report is that there’s a superb view of the Forth rail bridge from the car park. (Visited 31 January 2017).“
Boudicca 1174 days ago
66 /100 BANKHEAD FARM STEADING, BANKHEAD RD
“A tiny room closed off from the main brewery .maybe seats 2 on stoools, or a handfull standing. 3 cask pulls and a full bottle range of their own beers“
cgarvieuk 1272 days ago
64 /100
Craigie Farm (Restaurant)
WEST CRAIGIE FARM, SOUTH QUEENSFERRY
“(i didnt add it but since it here with no ratings) Its a farm shop, pick you own kind of Fruit place. Quite nice and we tend to head out at least once a year to gte some fruit. Small collection of Bottles mostly Stewarts from memory. will update if i remember on next visit“
cgarvieuk 1272 days ago
64 /100
Ferry Tap (Bar)
36 HIGH STREET
“Mixture of local’s bar with visitors in a touristy location. 5 local real ales and a draft craft lager.“
sic1314 2315 days ago
66 /100
Antico (Restaurant)
10 THE HIGH STREET
“Both a cafe-bar and restaurant, if you’re not local to the area whatever your reason to come in here it is probably going to be for the fine view out of the rear window. It has one of the best inside views of Forth Rail Bridge in Scotland and faces it as the perfect angle. To facilitate the view they’ve also installed floor to ceiling windows so you don’t even have to be by the rear wall to enjoy the scenery or watch the trains chug across the fabulous red painted cantilever structure. If you’re not here for the food then there’s no shortage of drinking options either with 14 ale and lager taps that include a decent Belhaven range.“
ManVsBeer 2366 days ago
54 /100
Hawes Inn (Bar)
7 NEWHALLS ROAD
“A beautfil old pub in the shadow of the Forth Rail Bridge. The food is a good solid standard, probably better than average. There’s decent ambience though since the site of this pub means that there will always be a long queue of people wanting to dine there, I feel the service possibly feels it doesn’t have to try as hard as other places. They have 3 cask ales as well as the usual mono beers on tap. The fridge selection is a little better than average. I feel the fact that this is owned by a big chain has taken something away from the potential of this pub.“
AshtonMcCobb 2774 days ago
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