The video, which has clocked up nearly a million views, pokes fun at the idea that the wives and girlfriends of the fans of the other home nations might be enjoying a wee holiday of their own.
Entitled 'Haste ye back', the clip shows the English, Welsh and Northern Irish wags bidding their other halves farewell as they make their way to France to support their respective teams. The women then rush off to book tickets to Glasgow for some fun of their own.
The ad then ends with a Scottish supporter eyeing up some of the newly arrived women, before sarcastically uttering the line "Come on England".
The video, which is sure to bring a smile to the faces of Scotland fans, is going down a storm on social media, with thousands already having shared the clip.
Paul Condron, Marketing Director at Tennent’s said: “Scotland are obviously missing out on Euro 2016 but we wanted to do something that would raise a smile with fans in Scotland and all the Home Nations.
“Obviously we’re gutted that we’re not across in France cheering on our team but like all Scotland fans we continue to hope the rest of the Home Nations stay in the tournament for as long as possible – Aye Right !”
Tennent's fan Martin Smith commented on the brands Facebook page, saying: "And you think we are missing out?"
Another fan, David J Wiseman, then added: "Superb, that's getting shared amongst their fan pages!!"