A Glasgow brewery will soon be launching a Bovril-inspired beer in celebration of a BBC Scottish football programme.

Drygate Brewery has created the ‘bold and beefy’ stout as A View From The Terrace reaches a century of shows this Friday.

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The beefy beverage – named ‘A Brew From The Terrace’ – will be released on a limited run of 330ml bottles, with an alcohol by volume measure of 6.6%.

The beverage will be available via Drygate Brewery. Brewing is set to take place next week. 

Glasgow Times:

Matt Corden, managing director at Drygate Brewing Co, said: “We’re big fans of Scottish football, and A View From The Terrace is a show that celebrates that from top to bottom.

“We thought to ourselves – how can we celebrate a milestone of 100 episodes? What’s a drink so synonymous with football you can’t imagine attending a game without it? It is, of course, Bovril - the ultimate pie partner.

"We worked hard on a recipe inspired by the rich, beefy flavour of Bovril. Dark in colour and a delight to the taste buds, it will immediately transport any fan to a special moment on the terraces. All the flavour of Bovril with the refreshing texture of a cold stout – it’s a match made in heaven."

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You can watch A View From The Terrace on Friday nights at 10pm on BBC Scotland, and on BBC iPlayer.