It's Glasgow's much-loved beer - and it's back with a twist that sure to strike a chord with music fans.

Tennent's 'Keg Guitar' hit the headlines earlier in the summer after musician Dave Morrison built his very own instrument - going viral with his cover of Dougie MacLean's 'Caledonia'.

Using a five-litre keg, the video was a huge hit with almost immediate requests to buy the distinctive guitar.

Now, Tennent's has commissioned a small number of artisan guitars – which are now available to pre-order at the Tennent’s Visitor Centre.

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Landing in the gift shop next month, the Keg Guitars have been individually built by Mr Morrison - giving Tennent’s fans the chance to own a rare piece of memorabilia. 

Each instrument was hand-shaped and fretted by Mr Morrison and took over three days to make.

He said: “Music is my life and I’m a big fan of Tennent’s too, so I thought it would be fun to combine two of my favourite things.

"I was overwhelmed by the response to my video and when Tennent’s got in touch to collaborate, I couldn’t say no!

"I had a great time making them and hope fellow Tennent’s fans enjoy playing them too.”

Barry Fratelli from the Fratelli’s took a trip to the Visitor Centre at Wellpark Brewery at the beginning of this month and was photographed with the Keg Guitar.

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Alan McGarrie, group brand director at Tennent's said: “Much like the rest of the internet, Dave’s rendition of Caledonia struck a chord with us and we just had to get our hands on the Tennent’s Keg Guitar.

"A truly unique collectable for any Tennent’s fan, we can’t wait to get these out into the world.”

A limited number of Tennent’s Keg Guitars are available to purchase for £150 at the Tennent’s Visitor Centre.

Orders are limited to one per person.

To reserve your very own Keg Guitar, call the Visitor Centre on 0141 202 7145.