The Brewery is to be based on a farm (which has a beef herd as well as barley among other crops) the barley, at the moment is shipped out to other breweries in Scotland. The HILT motif depicts barely.
This one nods to the Gothenburg system (temperance) that the Fife Coal Board adopted in the 1900s in an attempt to control levels of drinking. Hilton of Beath Farm is surrounded by ex-mining towns in Fife most of which had at one time pubs that were not named but numbered e.g. No.1 Goth, No.2 Goth and so on (some still do!) pubs were not to have any character, there was no music played, no games/gambling etc allowed within the premises, all in an attempt to discourage miners over-drinking and having too much fun! Proceeds from the Goth system funded libraries, Schools, galas, brass bands etc. The idea here would be that the packaging would be basic, utilitarian and the beers would be numbered.
Hilton of Beath farm is primarily a beef farm. The names of these beers playfully nod to the farm’s main source of income.
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