Edinburgh-based Stewart Brewing is celebrating Scotland’s Six Nations victory over Ireland with the launch of a classic 4.1% ABV bitter, aptly named Cross the Line.
Stewart Brewing Founder, Jo Stewart, said, “We wanted to mark the occasion with a new beer that will add to an already exciting season for rugby fans and we think we’ve achieved that with Cross the Line.
“It’s a classic bitter with a balanced malty sweetness and a light fruity hop character.”
Cross the Line is now available in select bars across Scotland and to take home from Stewart’s Dockside Tap in Leith, Edinburgh.
Stewart Brewing was founded in 2004 by Steve and Jo Stewart. In addition to its core cask ale range, it also produces a range of bottled beers, cask and keg brews.
To keep up with growing demand, Stewart Brewing recently relocated to a custom built 50 hectare litre brewplant in Loanhead, which boasts a brew- it-yourself Craft Beer Kitchen and an 18 tap Growler Fill Station.
Scotland started their Six Nations campaign on a high at the weekend with a 27-22 win over Ireland.