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Award-winning Stirling-based craft beer brewery Fallen Brewing has unveiled a brand overhaul, which features larger can sizes and a refreshed design.

The rebrand includes new labels that feature pen and ink artwork designed by East Lothian GP Zain Kapasi, artist and close friend of Paul Fallen, founder of Fallen Brewing.

The brewery is situated at the old Kippen Railway Station and Kapasi’s illustrations celebrate this location, with its railway heritage featured in stylised trains and railway scenes.

Paul Fallen commented: “Zain’s illustrations were exactly what the coloured designs needed. They add texture, interest, and provenance to the cans and each drawing is unique. We are delighted to have worked with Zain on the rebrand”.

The Fallen Brewing range is made using soft Scottish mountain water and hops and malts from around the world. It includes the aptly-named Local Motive, Chew Chew and Platform C.

Fallen beer retails from £3.30 for a 440ml can. For a full list of stockists, visit

Steam train pen and ink drawing