St Andrews Brewing Co have released a new beer to celebrate the Scotland rugby team's historic win at Twickenham at the start of the Six Nations this month.
Titled 38 year itch - a nod to the amount of time that has passed since our national team has won at Twickenham - the Scotch Ale is available for pre-order now, with proceeds going to the My Name'5 Doddie Foundation.
Posting on their social media, the team at St Andrews Brewing Co, wrote: "Shamelessly releasing 38 Year Itch Scotch Ale 3.8% to celebrate @Scotlandteam laying to rest the Twickenham hoodoo last weekend."
Shamelessly releasing 38 Year Itch Scotch Ale 3.8% to celebrate @Scotlandteam laying to rest the Twickenham hoodoo last weekend.
All profits to @MNDoddie5 research into MND.
Thanks to @jimhamilton4 for the mug shot #malemodel
Pre-order herehttps://t.co/HS8JD1Pi17 pic.twitter.com/2ogX3Uq804
— St Andrews Brewing Co (@StAndrewsBrewCo) February 10, 2021
The rugby match, which took place on Saturday 6 February, saw Scotland beat England 11-6 meaning that the Calcutta cup is once again back home in Scotland.
Founded in 2012, St Andrews Brewing Co is an award-winning business that recently successfully crowdfunded to open a new brewery.