1. SURF, Jaw Brew

One of the Milngavie maker’s core beer range, Surf is the favourite of company founder Mark Hazell and has an alcohol content of 4.3%.

An exotic IPA, it’s available in a case of 12 330ml bottles for £18 from www.jawbrew.co.uk/shop.


The Kinloss brewery’s flagship offering, Hello Friday is a fruity, herbaceous pale ale with a clean, crisp finish and a 3.8% alcohol content.

It’s £27 for a 12 case of 330ml bottles from www.woohabrewing.com/browse.

3. SOUTHERN SUMMIT, Loch Lomond Brewery

This 4% American pale ale from the Vale of Leven has grapefruit notes and a bitter finish with a citrus aroma.

A six-pack of 330ml bottles is currently on promotion for £18.50 at www.flavourly.com.

4. AZACCA AMARILLO, Lerwick Brewery

The hoppiest and strongest beverage from the Shetland firm, it’s named after the hops that provide its flavour and comes in at 6%.

A 12 pack of the limited edition brew (330ml) is available for £36 from www.lerwickbrewery.co.uk/shop.

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5. WHEESHT, Harviestoun Brewery

This dark ruby ale from Alva packs in aromas of chocolate, biscuit and dried fruit and is alcohol-free.

A 12-bottle case (330ml) will set you back £12.50 from www.harviestoun.com/shop.

6. LONG WHITE CLOUD, Tempest Brewing Co

Inspired by New Zealand and made in Galashiels, this 5.4% extra pale ale is fresh and crisp.

You can buy them singly, but 12 330ml cans come in at £27.60 from www.tempestbrewco.com