Brewed in Edinburgh, Barney’s Cool Beans IPA bean beer is made using broad or faba beans to create a gluten-free, vegan drink.
Developed in partnership with The Hutton Institute and Abertay University, Cool Beans IPA is part of a drive to increase sustainability in food and drink production.
Lidl’s Isle of Ale Festival, which starts on 1 August, will also include first-time listings for the likes of Banchory-based brewery Arcane, as well as beer brewed exclusively for the retailer - Fierce Brewery’s Blackcurrant Tart Sour Ale.
Popular Scottish beer brands including BrewDog, Stewart Brewing, Loch Lomond Brewing, Williams Bros and Harviestoun will also join the line-up, which will be available across Scottish stores while stocks last.
With a range of styles from dark chocolate stouts to citrus lagers and fruit sours, prices start at just £1.29 - ideal for bargain hunting beer fans.
Paul McQuade, Head of Buying in Scotland said: “Our latest Isle of Ale festival is a showcase of the craft and creativity of the Scottish brewing scene.
"With an exciting line-up of brewers from Aberdeenshire to the Borders, the collection offers top quality Scottish craft beers at great quality prices.
"At Lidl, we strive to bring the best produce to market and the Isle of Ale festival is no exception.”
Bombini Honey Beer, Six Degrees North
Ola Dubh 12, Harviestoun Brewery
Blackcurrant Tart, Fierce Beer
Wee Jock, Broughton Ales
Altstadt from Black Isle Brewing Co
The Light of The Soul from Arcane Brewing Co
Schiehallion from Harviestoun Brewery
Silkie Stout from Loch Lomond Brewey
March of the Penguins from William Bros Brewing Co.
Education in the New Age, Arcane Brewing Co
Mandarina Sky, 71 Brewing
First World Problems, Stewart Brewing
Great White, Loch Lomond Brewery
Big Volcano, Barney's
Cool Beans, Barney's
Small Giant, Stewart Brewing
Mandarina Summit, Fallen Brewing
Two to Mango, 71 Brewing
Herr Keith, Keith Brewery Ltd