Between 1 – 16th of September, all of us here at Castle Stuart Golf Links joined in celebrating outstanding local produce (and the people who grow, make and sell it) during the Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight.
This year’s campaign was focused on the future of the food and drink industry and encouraging people to buy, eat and promote Scottish food and drink – so it seemed the perfect time to shine a light on the wonderful local suppliers that make our menu at Castle Stuart so appealing.
Here again are the fantastic people and organisations providing Scottish food and drink for golfers and visitors alike…
Black Isle Brewery
Our beer is supplied by the Black Isle Brewery - Scotland’s only organic brewery.
House of Elrick Gin
Our gin menu features six gins all made in Scotland, from the far North in Caithness to the Outer Hebrides, each offering a different experience and flavour of the country.
Grants of Speyside Butchers
All our fresh meats are supplied by traditional butchers Grants of Speyside.
Three Little Bakers
We source all our craft bakery products from Three Little Bakers in Inverness.
We have a long-standing relationship with local distillery Tomatin, which produces award-winning Highland single malts just a short drive from the golf links.
The smoked salmon on our menu comes from Ullapool Smokehouse, a small, traditional smoking business based in the west Highland fishing village.
Eat Mair Fish
Castle Stuart’s fresh fish is supplied by Eat Mair Fish Ltd, based along the Moray Firth coast at Buckie, and the source of a large quantity of fresh fish from sustainable fish stocks.
Connage Highland Dairy
Castle Stuart cheese comes from the award-winning Connage Highland Dairy, whose base is almost on our doorstep and as local as you get.
This wonderful campaign really highlights the top-quality food and drink on offer in Scotland and we were delighted to be a part of it. A very big thank you to all our local suppliers for providing such great local products and helping us celebrate Scottish food and drink.