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Our Team

  • Tuggy Delap


    Tuggy is the founder of Fyne Ales and is owner of the farm where the Fyne Ales brewery is located. She loves to meet our customers and is often seen at events we hold. Tuggy is always accompanied by her faithful dog Simba: be careful you dont leave your car window down in the yard as he is likely to try jumping in the passenger seat with you.

  • Jamie Delap

    Managing Director

    With prospects tragically blighted by having Cambridge’s best real ale pub located beside the Manufacturing Engineering Department, Jamie spent 17 years running international manufacturing businesses making intensely boring & sensible products before turning his hand to Fyne Ales.

    Telephone: 07834 829917

  • Malcolm Downie

    Head Brewer

    Malcolm is our jolly Head Brewer, he has been brewing on and off for 14 years after graduating in brewing from Heriot Watt University. He can often be heard laughing and is generally responsible for the loud rock music blasting out of the brewhouse.

  • Elaine Polanski

    Office Manager

    Without Elaine, Fyne Ales would fall apart. She organises everything and everyone: we call it bossy, she calls it being efficient. It pays to be extra nice to Elaine as she makes sure beer arrives on time. She has been at Fyne Ales for nearly ten years and loves travelling and motorcycles.

    Telephone: 01499 600120

  • Sam Bennett

    Brewery Tap Manager

    Sam is Fyne Ales' Brewery Tap Manager, responsible for organising events at the brewery. Sam is an expert baker, be sure to look out for her cakes if you visit the brewery tap room!  For information on tours and group visits please contact Sam directly.

    Telephone: 01499600120

  • Chris Brooks


    Chris, often referred to as Curly Chris, joined Fyne Ales in January 2012. He has been brewing for six years and adds a wealth of experience to our team. Chris’ other passions in life are his Audi Quattro and cider.

  • Sam MacPhee

    Telesales and Credit Control

    Sam has been with Fyne Ales since 2009; she is Elaine’s right hand woman and keeps the brewery and office running smoothly. Sam loves swimming with sharks and has an impressive collection of their teeth, including one she nabbed while swimming with great whites!

  • Andrea Ladas


    Andrea joined Fyne Ales following a period of gypsy brewing around the world at top breweries in England, Italy, Ecuador and Denmark. His mad ideas and experience in trying different things with beers will be shining through in beers to come.

  • Archie MacInnes


    Archie is our well-spoken drayman, he is well known the length and breadth of the country for his eloquence and cheek. He has a love of a certain Glasgow football team which he loves to share with everyone. We won’t mention which one. 

  • Malcolm Blackwell


    Malcolm is one half of our delivery team. He is well known for winding up his partner in crime Archie around the brewery. No one works harder than Malc and Archie at Fyne Ales as they drive all over the country getting our beer to you on time.

  • Kim Jowett

    Brewery Tap

    Kim is one of our lovely assistants in the brewery tap, she is probably the happiest person at Fyne Ales and loves to tell you about our beer.

  • Matt Thomasson

    Sales Manager - East Coast

    Since broaching his first firkin in an Edinburgh cellar back in the late 90s, Matt has pursued his passion for great beer and has used his thirst for knowledge (and great beer) in leading Fyne Ales' sales efforts on the East coast from Aberdeen to Newcastle.

    Telephone: 07856686688

  • Phil Kemp

    Financial Controller

    Phil is Fyne Ales' resident spreadsheet wizard, casting spells over the P&L to banish any red numbers. When some say "the glass is half empty" and others say "the glass is half full", Phil says "how much money do we make selling the contents of the glass?".



Founders Jonny & Tuggy Delap develop idea of opening a brewery at the Achadunan Estate, a working farm at the head of Loch Fyne. They aimed to bring quality beer, jobs and tourism to a rural corner of Argyll.


The original Fyne Ales brewery was built in a former dairy building, with the first ever Fyne Ales brew taking place on St Andrews Day in November. In addition to Highlander, the first ever beer brewed, Head Brewer Kenny MacKay also developed Maverick and Piper's Gold as core brews in the Fyne Ales range.


Vital Spark first brewed and quickly added to the core range as one of the brewing team's favourites.


Fyne Ales attend their first beer festival.  Highlander & Maverick win Gold medals at the SIBA Scotland competition enhancing Fyne Ales' growing reputation for quality.


Wil Wood, formerly of Oakham Ales, joins as Fyne Ales Head Brewer.


Wil's first new recipe, Avalanche, is brewed.

Avalanche is brewed for the first time, a hoppy pale designed for summer drinking. Piper's Gold wins a Bronze medal in CAMRA's Champion Beer of Britain competition.


Fyne Ales core range rebrand launched, subsequently wins a Design Effectiveness Award.


Following the sad death of founder Jonny Delap, his son Jamie takes the position of Managing Director at Fyne Ales.  Fyne Ales celebrates its 1,000th brew with a one-off special called One Triple Zero which would go one to become core range beer, Hurricane Jack, following a strong response.


The first FyneFest event is staged in the brewery courtyard with an amazing receiption from the 150 attendees. The FyneFest special brew, Jarl, recieves widespread acclaim. Brewery capacity expanded from forty to sixty brewers barrels per week.


Brewery capacity expanded to ninety brewers barrels per week. Second FyneFest attracts an audience of 750 people. Jarl voted SIBA Champion Cask Beer of Scotland.


Brewery Tap & Shop opens in June. Third FyneFest attracts an audience of 1400 people. Jarl voted SIBA Champion Bottle Beer of Scotland.


FyneFest continues to grow. Fyne Ales packages first keg beers and sucessfully applies for new brewery expansion.


Works completed on Fyne Ales new brewery, a converted sheep sheed with a forty brewers barrel-per-brew capacity (cf ten barrels in the original brewery). Mills & Hills, an imperial stout with De Molen, is one of the first brews on the new kit.


Fyne Ales launches kettle sour programme with new beers including Saudade, a collaboration with Siren Craft Brewing. Jarl wins Overall Champion at SIBA Awards. Fyne Ales Christmas Fayre takes place at the Brewery.


Fyne Ales celebrates the fifteenth anniversary of its founding with a new version of Highlander amongst other celebrations.


Mills & Hills wins Supreme Champion UK Bottled Beer at SIBA Awards. Largest FyneFest in event history. Original Fyne Ales brewery rennovated. Fyne Ales named Beer Destination of the Year in the Scottish Beer Awards.

The Estate

Fyne Ales is part of a small modern highland estate which has many different facets. The estate has been part of the same family for over 100 years, changing substantially after being split up through the generations and with the focus of working activities evolving over the decades.

We are firm believers in the principles of the Slow Food movement. The ground at the head of Loch Fyne is not suitable for growing crops, but aided by prodigious amounts of rain the land produced good fodder for traditional native breeds of cattle and sheep. We started a new herd of Highland Cattle when the brewery was built, and the herd has steadily grown from the initial 4 to about 70 today. The Highlanders mature slowly, grazing on the grass on the hillside and topped up with the spent grain from the brewery. After approximately 3 years they are ready for the butcher, where they are dry hung for a minimum of 21 days before being packed and ready for sale in our Brewery Shop. If you want to keep your food miles to a minimum and buy great tasting beef, lamb or venison with as high ethical standards as it is possible to achieve, then come and try our meats.

The river beside the brewery has traditionally been a good salmon fishery but years of poor planning of fish farms, together with commercial overfishing at sea virtually drove the wild salmon in the river to extinction. For the last 10 years we have been working with the scientists of the Argyll Fisheries Trust to build on the minimal stock of wild salmon that remained and restore the river to full health. As salmon always return to the river they are born in, it is important to work with the natural stock: this means the process of rebuilding is a project that will take decades. We have our own hatchery, where each year we catch a small number of wild salmon from the river. Their eggs are stripped and we take them inside through the winter before releasing several thousand smolts back into the river each spring. 

The hills above the brewery are home to several hundred red deer, of which a number are culled each year in order to keep the population healthy and at a level the ground can sustain. This is a skilled operation carried out by a qualified keeper, with the best and strongest stags and hinds left each year to form the basis of the breeding stock. Many of those that have been culled find their way into the shop as delicious venison sausage rolls, and occasionally venison for sale.

Having been lucky enough to have had the estate in the same family for over 100 years we know that managing the environment is a long term project. In 2012 we started felling stands of forestry that were planted over 40 years ago. At the same time we started preparing for the next generation with planning granted to plant a substantial area of traditional Broadleaf woodland on the hill behind the brewery. In 50 or more years’ time this will provide a great natural resource – putting food back into the river for the fish, providing shelter for deer and sheltered grazing for the farm.

If you want to come and spend some time enjoying the area, we have a holiday cottage on the estate which is placed within comfortable walking distance of both the Brewery and Loch Fyne Oysters (a business started by another part of the family). A great location for good beer, good food and a great natural environment. More details on

Life in the Highlands isn’t just about the natural environment of course. We are extremely fortunate to be located between Cairndow and Inveraray, two exceptionally vibrant communities, and we are always keen to play our part. If you are organising an event or raising money for charity in Argyll we are happy to help with contributions of beer for raffles etc. So please feel free to get in touch.



Davaar Blonde

Davaar Black IPA

Lismore Red IPA