Forth Valley

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Branch Pubs

Branch area pubs selling real ale

  • Aberfoyle
    • Faerie Tree Inn Main Street Aberfoyle FK8 3UQ Telephone(01877) 382191

      Situated in the centre of the village, within the Trossachs National Park. This family run pub and restaurant is ideally situated for hiking, cycling, fishing and other outdoor pursuits. It serves a large variety of locally sourced seasonal food. Pool table and a dart board are available for use. A friendly welcome for visitors and locals in the comfortable and modern facilities that includes a warming wood-burning stove.Pub is very dog and child friendly.

  • Alloa
    • Bobbing John 46 Drysdale Street Alloa FK10 1JL Telephone(01259) 222590

      The pub is situated in a traditional three-storey sandstone building, purpose built in 1895 for the Alloa Co-operative Society. The pub's name relates to Alloa-born John Erskine who created industrial Alloa, developing the town as a coal mining centre. He was twice Secretary of State for Scotland under Queen Anne; however, his frequent changes of political allegiance earned him the nickname 'Bobbing John'. Much of the building's existing stone has been retained and a new Victorian shop front reintroduced, in keeping with the building. the pub feaures a large beer garden. Alcohol served from 11am Children & accompanying adults are allowed on the premises until 8pm (childrens rules apply). Last orders for meals for adults with children is 7pm

  • Balmaha
    • Oak Tree Inn Main Street Balmaha G63 0JQ Telephone(01360) 870357

      Balmaha is a picturesque village situated on the quieter eastern shore of Loch Lomond, on the route of the famous West Highland Way and close to the statue of climber, author and broadcaster Tom Weir. An award-winning pub-restaurant with three hand pumps dispensing Scottish ales from nearby Loch Lomand Brewery. Meals are served all day and there is a large outdoor drinking area under the eponymous oak tree. Forth Valley CAMRA Rural Stirlingshire Pub of the Year 2016.

  • Bo'ness
    • Corbie Inn 84 Corbiehall Bo'ness EH51 0AS Telephone(01506) 825307

      Since 2011 the pub has been run by a family, passionate about Real Ale. Up to Three ales are available, mainly from Scottish breweries plus a few English. It has a large lounge area serving fine food. Close to the Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, Bo'ness Motor Museum and the Hippodrome (Scotland's oldest purpose-built picture house). Very much a community pub involved in local charities and supporter of Bo'ness Real Ale Society’s festival. Large covered beer garden with pizza oven and recently added children's play area.

  • Bridge of Allan
    • Allanwater Brewhouse Queens Lane Bridge of Allan FK9 4NY Telephone(01786) 834555

      The brewery tap of Allanwater (formerly Tinpot) is a working brewery and pub in one. It is furnished with historic pieces of brewery equipment and offers free tasters and brewery tours. A warm welcome is always forthcoming and the pub is popular with locals, walkers, tourists and CAMRA Members. Children and well behaved dogs are welcome. Allanwater beers include the unusual and interesting including Marmalade Pot, Thai Pot, and gluten free beers.

    • Westerton Arms 34 Henderson Street Bridge of Allan FK9 4HR Telephone(01786) 200545

      Large corner plot at the centre of the town. The bar has two TV screens for sporting events. A handsome wood gantry towers above the bar making for an interesting feature. There is a separate restaurant and a small lounge for diners.

  • Brig O'Turk
    • Byre Inn Brig O'Turk FK17 8HT Telephone(01877) 701601

      A very cosy pub in a quiet, small village near Callander. Slow not fast food served, all cooked to order. Up to three ales on offer usually from local breweries. A recent refurbishment has not affected the atmosphere. Walkers and locals enjoy the hospitality here. Always best to phone ahead before a visit as opening and closing times can vary. (Closed Monday & Tuesday December to March; Closed January) Forth Valley Rural Stirlingshire Pub of the Year 2015.

      Space in the car park for a limited number of campervans and motor homes for overnight stays

  • Callander
    • Crown Hotel 13 Main Street Callander FK17 8DU Telephone(01877) 330040

      A welcoming pub on the main street in Callander that caters for locals and tourists alike. Modern stylish interior with good quality locally sourced food. Major sporting events can be watched on wide-screen TVs and there is regular live entertainment. One regular beer and one guest in summer.

    • Waverley Hotel 88-92 Main Street Callander FK17 8BD Telephone(01877) 330245

      Situated on the edge of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, the setting for some of Sir Walter Scott's best known works, this popular bar offers an excellent base for visitors wishing to explore this scenic area. Offering a choice of up three real ales, the bar area was refurbished in December 2017 and is licensed to serve alcohol from 11.00am daily. Children are allowed in the seated area until 10pm and dogs on a lead are welcome.

  • Crianlarich
    • Rod & Reel Main Street Crianlarich FK20 8QN Telephone(01838) 300271

      From Easter till the end of October, the Rod and Reel is open every day:- Monday - Saturday:- 11am - 11pm Sunday: 12.30pm - 11pm Last orders for food are taken at 8.45pm From October till Easter the Rod and Reel is open at weekends only: NO REAL ALE IN WINTER Friday & Saturday: 11am - 11pm Sunday: 12.30pm - 11pm We are open for additional days and later closing times over the Christmas and New Year period.

      As well as one handpump bottled beers are available.

  • Dollar
    • Forager 19-23 Bridge Street Dollar FK14 7DE Telephone(01259) 742200

      Formerly the Kings’s Seat and the Inn at Dollar, it had previously undergone total reconstruction and refurbishment with a modern interior before being leased to Dean Banks, the current licensee and operator.

      The Forager offers modern pub food using the finest regional produce in their own special way, an eclectic selected wine list and local real ales in a relaxed setting.

      It has been finished to a very high standard providing a number of different areas for customers, and differing comfortable seating arrangements, catering for large or small groups, together with a very modernised bar area. Further seating come function area is on the first floor and décor throughout is of a high order.

      Very dog friendly in the bar areas.

  • Doune
    • Woodside Hotel Stirling Road Doune FK16 6AB Telephone(01786) 643399

      Recently extensively internally and externally renovated under new ownership. This special hotel, pub, restaurant and coffee house offers Scottish food and ales.

  • Drymen
    • Clachan Inn 2 The Square Drymen G63 0BL Telephone(01360) 660824

      A warm welcome greets you as you enter this historic, atmospheric old inn Dating from 1734. This free-house was recently upgraded retaining and beautifully incorporating its original features, the wood burning stove in the bar gives atmosphere warming humans and dogs alike. Two handpumps supply an ever-changing range of excellent beers from local and other mainly Scottish breweries to accompany traditional home cooked fare. Very popular with locals, tourists, families and walkers Children allowed until 9.00pm

    • Drymen Inn 5 Stirling Road Drymen G63 0BW Telephone(01360) 660321

      An old country inn modernised throughout with pine wood fittings enhanced by a cosy log burning fire. Two conservatories are available for enjoying the outside but staying dry in inclement weather. Both full meals and bar snacks are available throughout the day. The real ale comes mostly from Scottish brewers including Skye, Kelburn and Belhaven. Licensed from 11am daily.

  • Dunblane
    • Riverside Stirling Road Dunblane FK15 9EP Telephone(01786) 823318

      A welcoming and tastefully renovated pub in the heart of Dunblane that serves excellent food. Two or three handpumps serving real ale, usually from local Scottish breweries. It has a warming wood-burning stove and a kids play area downstairs. A picturesque and sunny riverside terrace provides a great spot overlooking the Allan Water. There is also a lower outdoor terrace providing a great outdoor space protected from the elements. The pub is situated around 500m from Dunblane Cathedra. Licensed from 11am.

    • Tappit Hen Kirk Street Dunblane FK15 0AL Telephone(01786) 825226

      Taking its name from a type of Scottish pewter drinking vessel, this is a traditional one room pub, with a friendly atmosphere. Refurbished in 2019 to an excellent standard, it’s situated opposite one of Scotland’s oldest cathedrals. Dog friendly with helpful and knowledgeable staff. Its three guest pumps serve regularly changing beers. Railway Station and car parking are both close-by. As well as charity and community events, the pub holds a successful real ale festival once a year.

    • Village Inn 5 Stirling Road Dunblane FK15 9EP Telephone(01786) 823911

      A welcoming friendly pub that was refurbished in 2017.

      Serves excellent pub food including vegetarian, vegan and gluetn-free.

      Popular with locals and visitors alike.

      Regularly has entertainment on at the weekends.

      10% off Real Ale for members with presentation of card.

  • Falkirk
    • Behind the Wall 14 Melville Street Falkirk FK1 1HZ Telephone(01324) 633338

      This spacious venue for drinking, dining and entertainment was once a bra factory. Later in life it became home to Eglesbrech Brewery. When the brewery closed it Eglesbrech became popular for watching live sports events, it has plenty of seating and several wide screens in a large room that doubles as a live music and comedy venue with bands both local and from many parts of the UK. Upstairs is where you will find the real ale and whisky bar, divided into two rooms with timber furnishings and a wood-burning stove. If the upstairs bar is closed, ale can be ordered downstairs and staff will get it for you.

      Offering a wide selection of craft keg beer and up to three real ales from a "tap wall" on what appears to be a font dispense - but is a powered pump!

    • Carron Works 18 Bank Street Falkirk FK1 1NB Telephone(01324) 673020

      In a converted cinema, this is an excellent Wetherspoon venue with helpful staff dispensing the chain's regular and guest beers along with at least one real cider. Centrally situated, with a spacious interior, it is popular with locals and CAMRA members. It has frequent festivals and is keen to promote real ale holding regular 'Meet the Brewer' nights. The standard Wetherspoon menu is available all day. Licenced from 10am (11am Sunday).

    • New Market Bar Upper Newmarket Street Falkirk FK1 1JH Telephone(01324) 637855

      Originally called the Newmarket this pub for the Mitchell & Butler stable changed its name to the Goose on Newmarket. It has recently reverted to its original name, the Newmarket, following a short period of closure for reburbishment.

    • Wheatsheaf Inn 16 Baxters Wynd Falkirk FK1 1PF Telephone(01324) 638282

      Falkirk’s oldest public house, dating from the late 18th century, can be found off the High Street via one of the three vennels. Retaining much of its original character, the wood-panelled bar is furnished in traditional style with plenty of interesting features from the past. Two Guest beers come from breweries in Scotland and England. A must-visit venue, offering a friendly welcome for all. Medium sized recently renovated, secluded sun trap beer garden is at rear.

    • Woodside Inn 76 High Station Road Falkirk FK1 5QX Telephone(01324) 632454

      Historic pub with traditional furnishings. Short downhill walk from Falkirk High station Cosy fire and warm welcome to all with 2 varying real ales.

  • Fintry
    • Fintry Inn 23 Main Street Fintry G63 0XA Telephone(01360) 860224

      Established 1750 with long tradition as a country pub. Recently renovated yet keeping historic appearance. For many this will represent their idea of what a village pub should be - comfortable, cosy and welcoming. As a traditional village public house, it has an on-site micro brewery, “Fintry Brew Crew” whose beers will always be available, along with one guest beer. It also has extensive whisky selection. Hosting comedy and music sessions, popular with locals and tourists. Restaurant and off-licence services are available. Closed Monday and Tuesday.

  • Gargunnock
    • Gargunnock Inn 8 Main Street Gargunnock FK8 3BW Telephone(01786) 860333

      Dating from the 18th century, this building has been extensively modernised to create a roomy yet cosy pub/restaurant. The bar room has original features, comfortable seating and two wood-burning stoves in winter. There are numerous separate dining areas serving an extensive menu of quality food. There is just one bar, with two handpumps serving at least one Scottish ale. The pub normally hosts an annual beer festival on the second Sunday in August in its large beer garden.. Popular local walks abound.

  • Gartmore
    • Black Bull Hub & Pub Main Street Gartmore FK8 3RW Telephone(01877) 382054

      The Black Bull Hotel has been serving the interests of Gartmore and the surrounding areas for 250 years. It was taken into community ownership with Government help in September 2019.

      The Black Bull Pub is a family-friendly, dog-friendly village pub, hotel and community hub.

      A fine old building, largely un-spoilt and still comprising of a warren of small rooms including two for dining, and a cosy bar with real fire.

      There is also a large dining/function room suitable for various functions and community groups and events.

      Mainly staffed by enthusiastic and keen volunteers supported by fourteen employees.

      Hours change throughout year so check their website.

  • Killin
    • Capercaillie Main Street Killin FK21 8UT Telephone(01567) 820355

      Modern glass and timber building with a small corner bar on entrance level. A few steps lead down to a large seated area nicely situated overlooking the River Dochart. Light and airy with a good atmosphere. Competitively priced food.

    • Courie inn Main Street Killin FK21 8UT Telephone(01567) 831000

      A cosy wee bar attached to a Bistro style café in the lovely village of Killin and the bar is just up the road from the picturesque Falls of Dochart. Decorated with a contemporary, stylish look but with a relaxed comfortable feel and atmosphere, the bistro serves excellent locally sourced food. One handpump serves ales which are mainly from Fyne Ales, often Jarl. ONLY OPEN FRIDAY - SATURDAY IN JANUARY

    • Falls of Dochart Inn Gray Street Killin FK21 8SL Telephone(01567) 820270

      This historic coaching inn is set in a prime position by the bridge over the Falls of Dochart. Very popular with tourists and walkers, the bar features a large open fireplace, stone tiled floor and three hand pumps (fewer in winter). Good locally sourced food is served in the bar and dining rooms. Along with the bedrooms in the Inn, there is also self-catering accommodation in the grounds. Children and dogs are welcome. May be closed during winter months - check before travelling.

    • Killin Hotel Main Street Killin FK21 8TP Telephone(01567) 820296

      Located in the heart of the village overlooking the river, the hotel is conveniently placed for all local amenities. The lounge bar has a large open fire and serves meals and snacks daily 5pm till 9pm and also lunchtimes Friday & Saturday. There are also two further dining rooms and children's menu is available. Outside is seating with river views. Dogs are welcome. Caravan Club site close by.

      Opening & meal times uncertain. Times shown are a best guess based on pre-lockdown times, meal information on the website and reports of closed before 11pm on Sundays.

  • Kilmahog
    • Lade Inn Kilmahog FK17 8HD Telephone(01877) 330152

      On the edge of the Trossachs National Park, this pub is popular with locals and tourists alike. The three ales are unique to the Lade. WayLade - a good flavoured, creamy blonde bitter with a malty, fruity nose and lightly hopped after taste- (3.9% abv) LadeBack - a rounded, slightly sweeter, refreshing amber ale that is well balanced with a hop dominated dry finish- (4.5% abv) LadeOut - a robust and satisfying dark ale with a complex flavour of dark chocolate and liquorice that is rewarding on the palate (5.1% abv) All food is locally sourced and served in either the bar, restaurant or beer garden. Entertainment is laid on most weekends. The Scottish Real Ale shop, adjacent to the pub, offers the largest selection of bottled ales in Scotland. The Lade Inn runs its annual Trossachs Beer Festival from the last Friday in August to the second Sunday in September.

  • Kippen
    • Cross Keys Main Street Kippen FK8 3DN Telephone(01786) 870293

      The Cross Keys is a traditional and comfortable old coaching inn with a rustic feel situated in the small village of Kippen, Stirlingshire, amongst some of Scotland’s most picturesque scenery and between the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, with the ancient city of Stirling only minutes away. Being the oldest inn of its kind in Stirlingshire, The Cross Keys is as traditional as it gets, making it an ideal getaway destination or a great stopover for those going further north or returning south. Also perfect for walkers, cyclists, golfers and fishing. Low ceilings, wood panelled walls and wood floor. A locals pub with a traditional feel. The pub has log fires in winter and the beer garden has great views in summer. There are also three contemporary en suite rooms with heated floors

    • Inn at Kippen Fore Road Kippen FK8 3DT Telephone(01786) 870500

      This old pub/hotel is located in the centre of the picturesque village close to the attractions of Stirling and the Trossachs. Thehe pub provides a welcoming and restful ambience with feature log-burning stove, low ceilings and warm decor. The kitchen serves bar snacks and offers a wide menu in the restaurant. External decking area boasts a barbecue and pizza oven popular in the summer. The famous Kippen vine is featured as the hotel motif.

  • Larbert
    • Station Hotel Foundry Loan Larbert FK5 4AW Telephone(01324) 557186

      A popular local, situated next to Larbert Railway Station and on regular bus routes. Three cask ales are normally on offer and efforts are made to provide a variety of local, regional and national ales. There are large screen TVs showing sporting events. It prides itself on the support given to numerous local community groups. Large enclosed beer garden and cosy lounge area. Food served daily.

  • Linlithgow
    • Four Marys 65-67 High Street Linlithgow EH49 7ED Telephone(01506) 842171

      Close to Linlithgow Palace, birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots, the building dates back to around 1500 and is named after Mary's four ladies-in-waiting.

      Initially a dwelling house, the building has had several changes of use over the centuries - it was once a chemist's run by the Waldie family whose most famous member, David, helped establish the anaesthetic properties of chloroform in 1847.

      The pub serves good-quality food and at least six real ales from breweries across Scotland and the UK.

    • Platform 3 1A High Street Linlithgow EH49 7AB Telephone(01506) 847405

      Small, friendly hostelry on the railway station approach. Originally the public bar of the hotel next door. It was purchased and renovated in 1998 as a pub in its own right, and is now closely involved with the local community. Look out for the goods train that journeys from the station above the bar with ducks waiting on a train that never comes. The pub is very much involved in the community running a number of charity events including a duck race. Three beers are available: Stewart Pentland IPA and two from other Scottish breweries. Live music includes regular folk sessions. Dogs are welcome, with biscuits 'on tap'. Live train departures and arrivals board.

    • West Port Hotel 18-20 West Port Linlithgow EH49 7AZ Telephone(01506) 847456

      Found at the western end of Linlithgow's long sinuous, High Street. It is a reminder of the western entry or port into Linlithgow, where travellers could rest when the port was barred.

      Today this pub and hotel still provides a warm welcome. Food is to the fore complimented by real ale, usually from Loch Leven brewery.

      When the sun shines, head to the spacious rear beer garden. If you feel energetic, the nearby Linlithgow Loch has a very enjoyable circular walk.

      Licenced for alcohol - 11.00 Mon-Sat; 12.30pm Sunday.

    • Willow Tree 14-16 West Port Linlithgow EH49 7AZ Telephone(01506) 842147

      Traditional Scottish local with background music daytime and live acts at the weekend. Greene King cask ale and Belhaven keg available.

      Previously named Black Bitch after a black heroic greyhound who fed her master when he was incarcerated on an island in the middle of a loch with no food and water.

  • Lochearnhead
    • Clachan Cottage Hotel Lochside Lochearnhead FK19 8PU Telephone(01567) 830247

      The Clachan Cottage Hotel in Perthshire with its picturesque lochside position beside Lochearn. The views from the hotel across to the historic Edinample Castle are simply astounding, Regular beers are Belhaven.

  • Pool of Muckhart
    • Inn at Muckhart Pool of Muckhart FK14 7JN Telephone(01259) 781324

      Single storey, old coaching inn in a picturesque rural village close to the Japanese Gardens, overlooked by the Ochil Hills.

      It has low ceilings, exposed timber construction and a welcoming open fire. Recently extended to rear, with a large, spacious bright room with seating and Television.

      The restaurant produces good quality food, making the inn popular with locals and tourists. It serves their own Devon Ales, brewed at its sister pub, Mansfield Arms in Sauchie. Holiday cottages attached.

      There is a side beer garden.

  • Sauchie
    • Mansfield Arms 7 Main Street Sauchie FK10 3JR Telephone(01259) 722020

      This is the oldest operating microbrewery in the Wee County. It is a traditional two bar pub brewing four Devon ales which are dispensed from two hand pumps. Family owned and run, situated within an ex-mining community, the bar is popular with the locals who enjoy lively banter, and families come to enjoy the food served in the comfortable lounge. Both beer and meals are excellent value for money. The pub is on the Stirling via Alloa circular bus route.

  • Stirling
    • Allan Park 20 Allan Park Stirling FK8 2QG Telephone(01786) 475336

      Dating back to 1880, this historic listed Georgian building features a Roman Doric columned fanlight door. It has been refurbished in recent years with a bright and airy feel to the various open plan rooms and conservatory. Located near the town centre it operates as a pub, hotel, restaurant and coffee shop, attracting visitors and locals. Although mainly set for dining, drinkers are welcome in the lower mezzanine and bar area, which often features Cairngorm and Loch Ness breweries.

    • Birds & Bees Easter Cornton Road Stirling FK9 5PB Telephone(01786) 473663

      A welcoming converted rustic farmstead, located between the historic Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle, in a residential area on the outskirts of north Stirling. Two large, award winning and well maintained beer gardens featuring a permanent BBQ area in the courtyard and and Petanque pitch. Locally sourced food is served in this award winning gastropub. Three hand pumps serve a variety of good quality Scottish real ales. It is a popular pub with a good mix of locals and tourists.

      The Inn at Torbrex and Inn at Dollar have the same owner.

    • Crossed Peels 8 Spittal Street Stirling FK8 1AT Telephone(01786) 460317

      Popular Wetherspoon's pub in the old town of Stirling. Pub is built on the site of the McCulloch & Young's department store which was established in 1893. The pub spans two levels with access from both Spittal Street and Baker Street. Regularly has 6 real ales. Licensed to serve alcohol from 11.00am daily and 15 minutes before closing time. The pub has a mixed clientele of drinkers and diners, it is often very busy on weekends.

    • Curly Coo 51 Barnton Street Stirling FK8 1HH Telephone(01786) 447191

      Cosy wee traditional pub with character in a central location that specialises in whisky and has one changing real ale. There are other keg ales usually from Harviestoun and Williams Brothers, plus bottled ales. Most of the bar and surrounding cabinets and shelves are dedicated to a vast choice of malt whisky. An upstairs room with a small bar doubles as a function room or hosts whisky tasting events.

    • Inn at Torbrex Torbrex Stirling FK7 9HD Telephone(01786) 437260

      Dating back to the 1720s, this former Laird’s house later became a coaching inn operating for nearly 300 years. Located westwards from St Ninians’s Road, the pub retains an olde world feel with original beams, window and door openings and a date plaque at the front door. Modern wood panelling creates a cosy atmosphere with discreet dining areas. Locals can sit at the bar where Harviestoun ales are always on plus one guest, it also has a fine collection of malt whisky.

    • Nicky Tam's Bar & Bothy 29 Baker Street Stirling FK8 1BJ Telephone(01786) 472194

      One of the oldest pubs in Stirling, Nicky Tams opened in 1718 and was originally owned by Laird Graigengelt, whose family crest is still visible above the doors. The building was then purchased by The Weavers Incorporation as one of the five Trade Houses operating in Scotland. Nicky-Tams guarantee a great warmth in atmosphere, friendly, helpful staff and great food. Check out the display of 45's on the stairs and the classic album covers in the bar.

    • No.2 Baker Street 2 Baker Street Stirling FK8 1BJ Telephone(01786) 448722

      In the city centre, this busy large-windowed Victorian pub is part of the Belhaven/Greene King chain. The interior is open plan with bare floorboards, local paintings and rustic furnishings creating a traditional atmosphere. Popular with locals, students and tourists. It holds regular quiz nights, open-mic sessions, and live music performances The beer range is a mixture of Belhaven/Greene King and Scottish and English guest ales. A 10% discount is offered on real ales for CAMRA members. Full hearty menu available.

    • Portcullis Hotel Castle Wynd Stirling FK8 1EG Telephone(01786) 472290

      This former grammar school is a historic Category B listed building dating from 1787. It is located adjacent to the Stirling Castle esplanade and operates as a hotel and bar. The exposed stone walls, wood panelling and ornate surround open fireplace create a warm and cosy atmosphere catering for tourists and locals. It has an excellent reputation for food (booking is advisable) and two ever changing ales from north and south of the border, plus a good range of malt whisky.

    • Settle Inn 91 St. Marys Wynd Stirling FK8 1BU

      Built in 1733 the Settle Inn is the oldest pub in Stirling, located on a hill leading to Stirling Castle. It is an atmospheric inn (with a few regular ghosts) frequented by tourists, students and locals. The front bar is cosy and friendly, aided by a roaring fire with old curling stones in the hearth. The cavern style room at the rear provides extra seating and hosts music events on various evenings, plus a Sunday night quiz, all starting at 9pm

  • Strathyre
    • White Stag Inn Main Street Strathyre FK18 8NA Telephone(01877) 384333

      This recently renovated pub has a main bar with an open fire and cosy atmosphere.

      Up to two real ales served on hand pump and one KeyKeg always available.

      It has hill walking, fishing, golf and water sports on its doorstep. If you are walking the Rob Roy Way, The White Stag Inn is the perfect halfway point between Killin and Aberfoyle, where you will no doubt bump into other walkers warming themselves by the fire in winter, or sitting in the beer garden in summer.

      Accommodation is available onsite.

      Dogs and children are made very welcome in the bar.

      20p off a pint and 10p off a half-pint of Real Ale with membership card shown

      The beers are mainly from small independent Scottish brewers.

      Microbrewery to open soon.

  • Thornhill
    • Lion & Unicorn Main Street Thornhill FK8 3PJ Telephone(01786) 850204

      Dating from 1635 this coaching inn has been extensively refurbished with emphasis on comfort and food. A separate public bar with large games annexe. Three open fires - one impressively large. Local and national ales are promoted. Flower beds at the front make for a very attractive and colourful entrance A comprehensive menu, with locally sourced Scottish steaks being a speciality are served throughout the lounge and restaurant areas. Fishing, vintage car and pony clubs regularly use the facilities and the friendly staff hold monthly quiz nights. Handy if visiting the nearby Deanston Distillery or Blair Drummond safari park.

      Private snug available.

  • Tillicoultry
    • Royal Arms 2 High Street Tillicoultry FK13 6AE Telephone(01259) 753037

      This popular drinks only pub run by an enthusiastic owner caters mainly for local trade, however visitors made very welcome. It has a dartboard, large sports televisions and a fruit machine. It is furnished with comfortable seating and bar stools plus a Victorian fireplace with log burner. A quieter side room with a small counter is ideal for families. There are three handpumps serving changing beers. The pub is well served by regular bus routes from Stirling and Alloa.

    • Volunteer Arms 132 High Street Tillicoultry FK13 6DU Telephone(01259) 750368

      This unpretentious, corner pub, near the village's main bus stop offers a warm welcome to all once inside. This is mainly due to the collective efforts of the enthusiastic landlord and family.

      It has a small bar area with ample seating in three distinct bays on two levels.

      Large TVs cater for sports fans.

      This pub is a recent and key addition to the growing and thriving local real ale community and was rewarded with Branch Newcomers award 2023.

    • Woolpack Inn 1-3 Glassford Square Tillicoultry FK13 6AU Telephone(01259) 692658

      Originally a drovers' inn on the Southern foothills of the Ochil Hills, this is a genuine pub, well used by friendly locals, with a comfortable feel, log stove and low ceilings, and without intrusive TV or music.

  • Tyndrum
    • Tyndrum Inn Main Street Tyndrum FK20 8RY Telephone(01838) 400219

      Roadside inn welcoming locals, walkers on the West Highland Way and travellers on the main road to Oban & Fort William. Having been recently refurbished there is a bar and separate restaurant, though meals can be eaten in the bar. The menu covers most standard pub options with a specialisation in gourmet burgers. The spacious bar has a pool table and darts board. NO REAL ALE DURING WINTER

  • Uphall
    • Oatridge Hotel 2-4 East Main Street Uphall EH52 5DA Telephone(01506) 856465

      This family run hotel provides affordable accommodation, and also boasts a beer garden, outdoor play area for children and a bar open to non-residents with a lively and friendly regular clientele

  • Winchburgh
    • Tally Ho 7 Main Street Winchburgh EH52 6TP Telephone(01506) 891963

      Central village location. Premises have been recently renovated and are large and modern with a few rustic touches. It comprises of a family friendly pub and restaurant. It is open plan but has various different seating areas including large conservatory and extensive beer garden with excellent children's playground.

      Regular entertainment and other community events.