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Nac Mac Feegles in Bronze

This product is temporarily offered via our Beer Shop, as we are not yet accepting orders from customers outside the UK.

As seen in A Hat Full of Sky and The Wee Free Men and, coming soon, Wintersmith. "There can be only one t'ousan'!" as the Feegles would say.

These bronze figurines have been manufactured from the original design of the amazing Discworld artist Paul Kidby. The quality of the painting and the sculpting brings the characters to life.

Rob Anybody was originally designed and sculpted as a one-off birthday gift for Terry Pratchett. So impressed by the design and craftsmanship, Terry expressed the view that he would like to see one in every home in the country. Now you can own both Rob Anybody and Daft Wullie in beautiful bronze - both are available here.

CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK: Bronze Big Yan, Bronze Fion, Bronze Hamish, Bronze Jock, and Bronze William the Gonnagle. Please check back soon as we are expecting more stock shortly.

Nanny Ogg's Scumble (8.3% ABV)


Nanny Ogg's Scumble is crafted in the Lancre Marshes using a closely guarded recipe handed down through Ogg family generations. It contains mostly apples.

Brewed using the Lancre Blackheart apple and an exotic mixture of secret ingredients, Nanny Ogg's Scumble has the subtle taste of oak floorboards, and the aroma of melting butter.

Bottled in Herefordshire by Westons Cider under tight guard and within a 5 mile exclusion zone to protect local wildlife.

WARNING: If at all possible, avoid bringing Scumble into contact with water. IF used for cleaning cutlery, one thimbleful of Scumble should be diluted in a bucket of water for best results and to avoid dissolved forks.