Aberdeen brewers Fierce Beer have launched a collaboration with Lidl.
The fruity sour ale, Blackcurrant Tart, is a deep red colour, packed with punchy blackcurrants and comes in with an ABV of 4.5%.
The new bespoke canned beer will retail at £1.49 and is only available to Lidl customers during the next Isle of Ale Festival promotion – which starts on Thursday.
Co-Founder at Fierce Beer Dave McHardy said: “We’re delighted to again partner with Lidl for their Isle of Ale Festival.
“It’s a fantastic opportunity that offers us, and many other top Scottish breweries, a great platform for exposure and raising awareness of Scotland’s thriving craft beer industry.
“We’ve been involved since the first festival and this time we’re excited to collaborate to create a brand new product exclusively for Lidl customers in can format.
“The Blackcurrant Tart is bursting with jammy blackcurrants and packs a real fruity punch.”
Peterhead’s Brew Toon, Six Degrees North and BrewDog have also all been included for the next Isle of Ale Festival.
Brew Toon’s Purple reign will and Six Degrees North’s Bombini will both be available for £1.49.
Brewdog’s Electric India will retail at £2.49
Lidl’s head of Scottish buying Paul McQuade said: “At Lidl Scotland we work closely with a network of innovative brewers across different regions from Orkney to the Scottish Borders, in order to showcase the best craft beers the country has to offer and always at unbeatable value.
“The Isle of Ale festival complements our outstanding everyday range of craft beers by bringing new flavours and styles to our customers. ”
In total 15 different breweries from across Scotland are featured in the upcoming Isle of Ale festival, the full list is here.