The Brewery, which is based on the Isle of Arran, is supporting the RAF's 'Name on a Plane' campaign which is raising money for the Royal Air Force Museum Centenary.
Arran Brewery's Managing Director Gerald Michaluk, who is a pilot himself, said: "Having been taught to fly by the RAF and more recently having been a Civilian Gliding Instructor with the RAFVRT I am happy to see this clever campaign launched to support the RAF Museum, Centenary Campaign and contribute, in a very small way, to raising the campaigns profile and ultimately the £2m needed.
"Members of the public and companies can also have their name on a Red Arrow Hawk for as little a donation as £30 so I would urge all of you, who like me, would love to fly with the Red Arrows to donate and have your name join that of the Arran Brewery's on the wing of a famous Red Arrow's plane".
The Arran Brewery will be giving members of the public a chance to see a Red Arrows display in 2016, 2017 and 2018 (the Centennial year).
Look out for special promotional packs, in bars or drop into the Brewery shop on Arran or Arran's Loch Earn Brewery in Perthshire for your chance to see the Red Arrow display live and have your name on a famous Red Hawk in 2017.
• For more information on how to get your name on a Red Arrows Plane visit rafmuseum.org.uk