St Mungo Made by: West Brewery, Glasgow Strength: 4.9% ABV Selling point: “This is a clean and crisp amber-coloured lager beer with a distinctive malt sweetness and subtle hop bitterness, including refreshing notes of vanilla and citrus.” 30.Seggie Porter Made by: The Eden Brewery (St Andrews) Strength: 5.5% ABV Selling point: “This is based on a classic recipe for porter which dates from the 17th Century.
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Joker IPA is Bitter/Sweet, full of flavour and is sure to put a smile on your face.” 17.
Bitter and Twisted Made by: Harviestoun Brewery, Clackmannanshire Strength: 4.2% ABV Selling point: “Bitter & Twisted was allegedly named after our brewer’s wife.
Rich, dark and stylish with a taste that lives up to the promise of its welcoming aroma.” 8.
Simmer Dim Made by: The Valhalla Brewery, Shetland Strength: 4 % ABV Selling point: “Its name comes from the Shetland dialect for that hauntingly beautiful twilight time at midsummer when darkness never descends on these isles – the sun sets, only to rise again just minutes later.” 9.
The balance to the sweetness of the alcohol is created by the use of an excellent hop bitterness.” 33.
March of the Penguins Made by: William Bros, Alloa Strength: 5% ABV Selling point: “This creamy dark stout, deep chocolate in colour has a nose of roast malts, coffee, licorice & orange peel.
Seven Giraffes Made by: William Bros, Alloa Strength: 5.1 % ABV Selling point: “It was named by (co-owner) Scott’s daughter.
It pours a deep gold with aromas of elderflower and citrus hops, followed by sweet caramel." 10.
Selling point: “A predominantly malty, lightly hopped beer giving a satisfying fullness of flavour with a warming finish.
A glass or two is a must before seeking an audience with the monster.” 3.
This makes for the highest hopped beer in the Stewart Brewing repertoire and of course some very hoppy beer! Raj IPA Made by: Tryst Brewery, Falkirk Strength: 5.5% ABV Selling point: “This IPA is hopped with three popular British hops to produce a deep lingering taste, complementing the underlying malts for a memorable pint.” 20.