Discover Local Produce

Clackmannanshire has a number of local produce such as breweries, fudge and free range birds.

The town of Alloa has a huge brewery history. At one time there were 8 breweries here and now there is only one, with two micro-breweries.

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The Williams Bros. Brewing Co. is a brewery company located in Alloa, who have a passion for craft beer that now span the continents.

In 2004 they took over the ‘Forth Brewery’ at Kellibank, Alloa and decided to make a series of contemporary brews along side their historic range. This had led them to being regarded as one of Scotland’s most eclectic and prolific craft beer companies.


It all started for Harviestoun Brewery in 1983, They would love to say that it was one of the most memorable days for founder, Ken Brooker’s life, but that night he hosted one of his legendary tasting sessions and he can’t remember much about it.

Harviestoun Brews a range of different craft beers from their orginal craft lager ‘Schiehallion’ to their more prestigious barrel aged beer ‘Ola Dubh’

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Alloa Trading Centre, Bruce Street, Alloa, UK

The Ochil Fudge Pantry hand craft proper butter rich homemade fudge, cream fudge and Scottish tablet in small batches, with every batch being hand beaten to give that unmistakable Ochil Fudge smoothness.

Some even say its “the best fudge ever”

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For the past 49 years, Gartmorn has been a family run farm who offer the finest free range poultry.

Gartmorn Farm ethos are to rear happy, healthy birds that have lived as naturally as possible. A true free-range environment is incredibly important for the welfare of the birds and everyone who works on the small farm is dedicated to maintaining high standards of animal welfare and are passionate about producing the high quality produce they have become known for.

7 Main Street, Sauchie, Alloa, UK

Devon Ales is a microbrewery attached to the rear of the The Mansefield Arms. The family has always had a love for real ales and with the growing demand for it in the wee country they decided to build their brew house in 1991.

They have a range of different ales that they love people trying.


Our hives are based around the Forth Valley producing natural, raw honey. Our honey cannot be confused with “blended” honeys found in most supermarkets. The colour of our honey will vary with the changing seasons and the flowers our bees feed on.

Clackmannanshire, Alva, UK

Welcome to Little Doone. They make sweet balsamic dressings.

If you find a normal balsamic a bit harsh and vinegary, and if you don’t fancy paying silly money for an aged balsamic that sits in the cupboard for special occasions, then you really need to try their range of sweet balsamic dressings.

They source their balsamic vinegar from one of the oldest and longest established balsamic houses in the Modena region of Italy, and then then start to play. Were you told not to play with your food as a child? Well, forget that! Playing with food is great fun!

Alloa, Clackmannanshire, UK

They are a Scottish company, passionate about creating, making and sharing beautiful, nourishing and rejuvenating skin products.

They choose the loveliest oils and butters, gently fragrance them with Essential Oils, creating products that you can confidently use on your skin and then get on with your life!

In a busy and hectic world they need to know your skin is getting the best attention from ethical, natural & luxurious products

All their serums, oils and soaps contain Thistle Oil,  a beautiful oil that helps to re-balance and nourish our skin in combination with 100% natural ingredients.

Siabann Skincare evokes our beautiful country and is never tested on animals….just our lovely children & friends.

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