Tartan Army to be available in bottles!

Written by on April 2, 2014

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Kelburn’s Director, Derek Moore has for many years been proud to be part of the Tartan Army. He is a well known foot soldier who has been following Scotland home and away since the World Cup in West Germany 1974.

In 2007 Derek was asked to produce a beer for the Tartan Army and he did so with a light zesty 4.3% ale of the same name.
Until now, Tartan Army has only been available in casks when Scotland plays competitive matches.

The Tartan Army beer has always been very popular.  Recently Aldi has asked us to provide Tartan Army in bottles as a one-off for their summer festival.  Kelburn wanted to do a bit more and have pledged to donate 10p to the Sunshine Appeal for every bottle of Tartan Army sold.

Aldi will be stocking Tartan Army Bottles during their summer beer festival which starts on 29th May.

 

7 comments on “Tartan Army to be available in bottles!


  1. Scott Rae

    Brilliant! Will there be any for wholesale?


  2. admin

    Hi Scott,

    There will be a limited amount available, yes.

    Cheers,

    Sharon.


  3. Davy Provan

    What is the chances of being able to order some from overseas…..


  4. Billy

    Will it only be Aldi in Scotland? No chance of anywhere in Europe? I know it’s asking a lot…


  5. admin

    Hi Billy

    It is indeed part of Aldi Scotland’s Summer Beer festival.

    We are looking into web sales from our own site and aim to be able to offer most of our range once the formalities are sorted.

    I will check with some of the online suppliers that currently offer our products and see if they can assist with overseas deliveries.


  6. admin

    Hi Davy

    We are looking into web sales from our own site and aim to be able to offer most of our range once the formalities are sorted.

    I will check with some of the online suppliers that currently offer our products and see if they can assist with overseas deliveries.


  7. admin

    http://www.alesela.co.uk have confirmed that they can send our bottles to Europe, although they warn the shipping costs end up quite high.

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