2014-07-06. Lovely old dark wood bar, cheeky barflies at the bar chatting nonstop with the friendly bartender. Food is good, venison Braveheart is quite tasty but a bit tough. Steak Ale stew with a side of pastry masquerading as a pie. The patio looks nice but was very full today. 4 of their own casks, 8 draft taps. Worth a stop to try their own beers which range from dull to fairly tasty.
PeatyPete (42) , Netherlands | April 26, 2014| Updated August 20, 2015
Nice place in Moulin just above Pitlochry. Can be very crowdy. All Moulin Brewery Beers on tap.
In a beautiful white-washed building, this country hotel and brewpub is up the hill from Pitlochry’s main drag facing a lovely church. There’s a few car parking spaces between the two and entrance to the pub and hotel is via a small and pretty courtyard area created by the two sides of the building - in here are some outdoor tables. The pub part is at times far too small for the amount of people coming here, especially during dining hours when you may have to wait, however it has a lovely traditional older world charm to it with small tables and plenty of small stools. The pub serves the on-site brewery ales and there’s plenty of choice.
A very traditional touristy Scottish country hotel with bar and brewery attached. Very pretty cosy environment and the food is good. 4 of their own beers on hand pump and 4 Belhaven kegs. Helpful service and reasonable prices. Pity the beer isn’t better but still worth stopping off at if you are travelling up the A9.
Only ever visited during the daytime, so difficult to review objectively, but mainly a foody sort of outlet, with all the cask ales from the attached brewery.
McWorta (156) , Luxembourg | August 2, 2012| Updated June 21, 2015
Good ambiance. Can be fully packed. Had the opportunity to randomly enter the brewery opposite of the hotel and talk to some people there. Very friendly indeed! Moulin is friendly too, food is so far pretty good as I have been there several times. Beers are well kept and spot on, no surprise if the brewery is just over the road. Prices can be a bit steep but then again Pitlochry is another tourist trap so no surprise here, still sad. Overall enjoyable and tasty though.