“The Craftsman Company is an Independent Coffee & Ale House open from 8am (10am weekends) in the city centre where they roasts their own single origin coffee on-site and have 16 craft beer lines and over 40 gins on the back bar that they love to make a mix of drinks from..
They roast eight different coffee beans that can be taken away freshly roasted or they have two rotating beans on their grinders so you can sit in and let them make one for you.
The Craftsman Company lager called ‘Lager than life’ is permanently on tap while all the others rotate once the keg runs out so there is always a selection of fresh and exciting craft beers on draught when you visit as a novice or expert craft beer taster.”VisitAberdeenshire
The following article is an excellent guide to the the sights and tourist experiences of Aberdeen, and is useful for first time visitors (and returners). The Scotland Traveloholic website, which has many great articles, can be found here.
“Scotland is undoubtedly a country full of beautiful cities, interesting architecture, stunning nature and fantastic people. Each of Scotland’s cities has something beautiful, and I believe that it’s worth writing about them and getting the wider public familiar with these wonderful places. After my recent visit to Aberdeen, I decided to finally make a comprehensive guide to Aberdeen to inspire others to discover it’s unique beauty and charm.”Please read more of this useful and informative guide to visiting Aberdeen by clicking on this link
“Established in 2004, Moonfish Cafe is located on the Medieval streets of Aberdeens Merchant quarter with views of the 12th century Kirk of St Nicholas. The kitchens constantly changing innovative menu of modern British cuisine consists of a focused menu for lunch and dinner. Honest food made with local and seasonal produce, with a beverage list to match and close attention paid to an extensive gin list.”Moonfish Cafe website
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