Windswept Brewing Co

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General accessibility Ground floor wheelchair accessible, Wheelchair access throughout
Toilet Facilities Clinical waste bin (yellow bag), Fold down grab rails, Standard wheelchair accessible toilet
ParkingAccessible parking space in car park
Other Accessibility FeaturesLow counter

Verified by us: We enjoyed a tour of the Windswept Brewery, and loved sitting in the tap room afterwards for a few drinks and some great chat! Access is good, and the Windswept team are very understanding of access needs.

If you’re looking to get a real taste of Morayshire, why not try an accessible brewery tour?

Windswept Brewing Co has been brewing award winning craft beer since 2012 on the Moray coast in Lossiemouth. We love to welcome visitors to our brewery, shop and taproom. Our Taproom bar has 7 bookable outdoor booths in our covered beer garden. Just head to our website for opening hours and bookings.

We serve up to 12 different beers in cask and keg. Our bar also has bottled beers, gins, whisky, wine and ciders as well as locally roasted coffee, other hot and soft drinks, home bakes and bar snacks.

Our Brewery shop is open 6 days a week with our full range of beers, merchandise and glassware to take away. We also can do coffee and cake too.

Accessible brewery tours are also available just head to the website to book. The brewery has plenty of parking and good bus and cycle links.

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A wee note from Accessible Holidays Scotland: Verification was provided by a manual wheelchair user. The accessible brewery tour was taken at a steady pace and didn’t involve a lot of wheeling/walking as the set up is quite compact. We were particularly impressed by the lowered bar area, meaning I could prop up the bar quite easily from my chair! An accessible loo is available in the tap toom. You can see some of the tour – and more things to do – in our wheelchair accessible itinerary video for Visit Moray Speyside.

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