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Bringing the buzz to Balquhidder

Admin, May 26, 2016

MhorHello Balquhidder!

Plan Bee is ready to rock the festival scene this summer, kicking off at the Mhor Festival this weekend.

The company will bring their own special kind of buzz to the annual event organised by renowned Scottish chef Tom Lewis and his team at Monachyle Mhor.

Crisp, dry Beehive Brae Honey Beer will feature over the two-day festival, joined by the more mellow tones of its Red Beer stablemate. Revellers can not only enjoy the uplifting taste of the beer but they can also enjoy it’s refreshing environmental credentials, with each bottle brewed for the Betterment of Bees.

The team, who will be glamping it up over the weekend, will also be keeping festival-goers sweet with our Origin Honey on sale across the event.

Will they make it back to work next week, or is there a sickie looming?