Aldi’s 26th Scottish Beer Festival is kicking off in-store from 28 April, taking place across all of the retailer’s 101 Scottish stores.
The event will bring together 11 of Scotland’s best breweries, with prices starting at £1.49, in a deal worth over £86,000 to the breweries involved.
As part of the in-store activation, Aldi shoppers will have the chance to try a range of award-winning craft beers from Aberdeen-based Fierce Beer.
This spring’s line-up will also feature Edinburgh-based Stewart Brewing’s Ka Pai South Pacific Pale Ale, along with Peterhead-based Brew Toon Beers’ J’Ale Riot Red Ale.
Aldi Scotland Group Buying Director Graham Nicolson said: “Our Scottish Beer Festivals always prove popular with our customers.
“The craft beer industry continues to thrive in Scotland, and I am proud that the relationships we have built with local breweries over the years mean our customers can enjoy a variety of unique brews at everyday amazing Aldi prices.