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Beer drinkers offered the chance to hold a lock-in party at Scotland’s biggest brewery

Tennent’s Lager is handing over the keys to Wellpark Brewery to one lucky fan, giving the chance to throw a party they’ll never forget.

Published: May 28, 2019
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Unique codes offering the ultimate lock-in party package for 30 people have been printed on promotional packs of Tennent’s, which are on shelves now.

The person who enters the winning code on the Tennent’s website will score a VIP party for up to 29 friends complete with food of their choice, a DJ, an exclusive tour of the brewery, personalised decorations – and a designated driver.

Once the party’s over, they’ll also take home a year’s supply of Tennent’s Lager, merchandise, and a decorative key to display proudly.

There are also two secondary prizes up for grabs; 10 party packs containing everything you need to host a party for your pals at home, with cans of Tennent’s, a Sonos speaker, personalised glassware and bunting.

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Additionally, there’s also a chance to have your name engraved in one of 20 bricks on the brand new “Wall of Fame” outside the brewery. 100 free tickets to the Tennent’s Story, which opened in November last year, are also to be given away.

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Alan McGarrie, Group Brand Director at Tennent’s, said: “As Scotland’s favourite beer we know there are some loyal Tennent’s fans out there and we want to reward our drinkers with a prize with them at the heart.

“Our winner should get ready to be treated like royal-T, with a party completely tailored to them and their mates, complete with the freshest pints straight from the brewery.”

Available in 10, 12 and 15 can packs, the promotion - which runs until 6 September - will be available at supermarkets including, Tesco, Morrisons and Asda.

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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