We are delighted to announce that Loch Leven Brewery have generously agreed to come on board as our beer sponsor for the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund at Fairmont, St Andrews on Thursday 31 August 2017.
As Loch Leven Brewery prepares to open its doors in Kinross our players will have the honour of being one of the first to taste their Mary Queen of Scots Pale Ale, who will receive a complimentary bottle as well as compete for cases of the beer as prizes.
The Captain David Seath Memorial Fund will also work in partnership with Loch Leven Brewery on a number of fundraising projects throughout the next year, including the forthcoming Captain David Seath Memorial Fund Pub Quiz and Mary Queen of Scots Festival.
Gary Seath said:
“We offer our sincere thanks to Thomas and the team at Loch Leven Brewery who have so generously chosen to support The Captain David Seath Memorial Fund. I think it’s very important to support the local community, which has been so kind and receptive to our cause, in any way we can and I am delighted to promote a new, up and coming local brewery as beer sponsor for our forthcoming golf day.
“Loch Leven Brewery have also extended further opportunities to work together on a range of fundraising and cultural events which we very much looking forward to being part of throughout the next year.”
Loch Leven Brewery produce a range of craft beers and have established unique, colourful and characteristic themes to their beers including Big John, Pale Alice and Cool Roy. Visitors will have the opportunity to taste these wonderful beers and enjoy a stimulating visitor experience at their Kinross premises which includes a micro-brewery and lounge bar.
Thomas Moffat, from Loch Leven Brewery, said:
“The entire team at Loch Leven Brewery are delighted to be supporting The Captain David Seath Memorial Fund. As a small company, in our infancy, we had to chose one charity to support at the beginning of our journey. Supporting this wonderful cause will be both a pleasure and a privilege.”
Learn more about The Captain David Seath Golf Day