'The Inn is owned and run by the Gibson family Ė who also own the Mansfield Arms in Sauchie, which celebrated its 100th birthday earlier this year.
At the Mansfield, the company brews its own beers Ė Devon Original, Devon Pride, Devon Thick Black and Chopper's Choice Ė with all beers also available at The Inn at Muckhart.
Both pubs have won the Cask Marque Award Certificate of Excellence for Real Ale.
Possibly the most interesting feature of The Inn at Muckhart is the fact that the doorstep stands at the same height above sea level as the Wallace Monument.
The Inn offers freshly prepared meals in front of two open fires, and has proved so popular that clients travel from Perth, Dunfermline and even Livingston to take in an evening at The Inn.
The pub prides itself on its ambience and is extremely popular with hillwalkers, fishermen and tourists.
The Innís Friday night quiz is also a major highlight of the week.
The Gibson family have been running The Inn at Muckhart since the mid-1990s and are keen to gather information about the history of the pub for its 200th anniversary.
They would appreciate hearing from anyone who could provide information about the Innís past.
Mr Graham said, “The Inn at Muckhart has an atmosphere all of its own Ė itís a great place to be. Thereís a warm welcoming atmosphere with the open fire and I donít think thereís another pub in the area like it. Itís a lovely old pub situated in a beautiful village.”'
Alloa Advertiser - 15 December 2005