In a move to promote "wheel" ales, the four-strong team have opted to cycle. And if the journey is too great a distance, cars are driven to a park-and-ride site so they can cycle from there.
Sales manager Greig Futcher said: "The idea is to cut down on car pollution and congestion in the places we visit. Protecting the environment is important, especially as all our beers are made with fine, natural ingredients."
Futcher said he put the idea to the team, expecting some of them would be reluctant: "Three of us aren't exactly fit and young, but they all wanted to take part. One person even went on eBay to buy one of those kids' buggies that attaches to the back of a bike so they could put POS materials on it," he said.
Futcher added that the team is planning to continue cycling in the future.