A new craft beer bar with rooms has been launched in Inverness city centre by the Black Isle Brewery.
Located in a former charity shop on Church Street, the Black Isle Bar comprises a “spacious but cosy” bar area, 14 en suite rooms and a large roof terrace.
The venue, which opened on July 21, majors in craft beer with 26 taps of local and global brews and more than 80 bottled beers from 40 different breweries; there’s also an all-organic wine selection as well as a range of local gins and malt whiskies. The food offer includes fresh pizzas made in the venue’s wood-fired pizza oven.
Owner David Gladwin worked with local architect Mike MacBeth and Aspen Design & Build on the five-month refurbishment.
“The building has been completely gutted and renovated and the guys did an amazing job of pulling it all together,” he said.
“We are delighted with the result and have had an overwhelming response and great support from the community. We are just so happy to be able to showcase our own beer along with our other favourites in a great social environment.”