A local Aberdonian has brought the first Belgian-style brewery to Scotland. Located on the hill of Littlejohn Street, just down from Brew Dog, is the airy bar whose décor was influenced by the Moeder Lambic Fontainas of Brussels.
Six° North boasts 6 of the owners own brews, 12 Belgian beers, 6 UK and European Craft beers, 6 cask ales and 365 bottles. As you enter the bar you are greeted by unique glass containers which run up the two walls, full of empty bottles of different kinds of beers. There is also a tasting room, used to train staff, which can be hired out for private tasting sessions. It is definitely somewhere well worth a visit due to it's originality and uniqueness.
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