Speyside Craft Brewery in Forres, Moray, has put a new twist on the demand for portable bars by installing all the equipment needed to pour the perfect pint in a bright yellow wheelie bin.
The brewery’s young managing director Seb Jones was looking at new ways of catering for the soaring demand for portable bars whilst still being able to pour the perfect pint.
Jones said: "We were looking for something that enabled us to provide our beer in perfect condition under any circumstance, and nothing was out there.
"What we wanted was something that had the beer, chiller and taps stored within a unit that can be wheeled into anywhere.
"They’re some out there but they’re expensive and use castors which means they can only run on hard level floors.
"We have a lot of customers who have casks for events parties and gatherings, such as a birthday, fishing outings or shoots.
"None of those currently on the market would be any good for these so we invented our own and called it a beer wheelie.
"It’s so much more convenient, and will add a bit of fun."
Speyside Craft Brewery was founded in November 2012 by former chemistry student, Seb Jones (29), and is said to have been the first commercial brewery in Moray, the heart of Scotland’s malt whisky country, for a decade.
It employs six staff and distributes its beers across the UK.
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