Published: 27/06/2014 12:00 - Updated: 27/06/2014 10:04

Beer, cheese and music on show at Black Isle Brewery

Written byWhat's On Black Isle

Dr Wook in the Phoenix. Picture: Gary Anthony
Dr Wook - one of the acts playing while you scoff down cheese and quaff beer.

Do you like beer? Do you like cheese? Do you like music? Well, if you answered yes to one of those three, then the Black Isle Brewery has an event just for you (and all the other people who like one of those three things).

Set in the old farm buildings at Black Isle Brewery, there will be a Saturday afternoon collaboration on the 26th July, between two of Scotland's finest organic producers.

Black Isle Brewery and The Cheese Pantry at Connage have got together to match delicious organic beer and cheese, bathed in the warm glow of great music and, according to the press release (and in a display of hubris that is guaranteed to anger any weather gods) “glorious sunshine”.

Assuming that the wrath of Poseidon does not rain down upon this, you'll be able to come and meet the producers, learn how beer and cheese are made, eat and drink the produce, sit on straw bales, and dance or relax listening to music on the hayloft stage.

Acts appearing include Maryann Frew & Liza Mulholland (Dorec-a-belle), Esperi, Dr. Wook, Douglas Scott - more to be announced.

Entrance will be £5, and the event will be on from 12noon – 9pm.

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