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Busta house near Brae is a Shetland landmark, boasting the title of ‘oldest continually inhabited house in Shetland’, first being recorded in 1488. The stunning white building is grounded in history and set in the beautiful countryside making it a wonderful place to stay whilst visiting Shetland. The current owners, Grant O’Neil and Joel D’Eathe are very passionate about promoting local produce, with as much of their menu as possible coming from local suppliers. Whilst already stocking ale from Valhalla Brewery, we’re delighted to join the line up with our 60° North lager now available on draught at the bar. 60° North Lager is a crisp, refreshing lager with light honey notes making it a perfect accompaniment to curries and seafood, as well as a thirst-quenching drink on its own.




This marks a great kick off to the summer season for us and we hope to feature in more Shetland bars in the upcoming months.


Please contact Rhanna Turberville on 01595 694552 or if you’d also be interested in installing any of our beers on draught.