Stewart Brewing launches “classic tasting” Scottish lager

27 February, 2017

Stewart Brewing has launched Stewart’s Lager, to appeal to drinkers looking for a lighter beer.

The Edinburgh-based brewer said the beer will initially be available for take home from the Stewart Brewing brewery shop in Loanhead and the new Stewart’s Dockside Tap shop in Leith. The 4% abv beer will also be available in select Edinburgh bars.

Jo Stewart, founder, said: “We are excited to be bringing a great Scottish lager to the market. We wanted to create a classic tasting lager which is crisp, refined and refreshing. It is a very moreish beer which tastes delicious with a variety of food from chicken to seafood and cheese platters to hotdogs, so it’s very versatile. We are sure Stewart’s Lager will delight our current fans and introduce new drinkers to our range of craft beers.”




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