Free beer: Innis and Gunn offering Ediburgh lager lovers chance for free pints in mystery treasure hunt today

Innis & Gunn is bringing has launched a new treasure hunt in Edinburgh, promising lager lovers across the city a chance to win a free pint.

Thursday, 17th June 2021, 9:57 am
Updated Thursday, 17th June 2021, 9:58 am

The company’s ‘If You Know, You Know’ campaign, including its pop-up Lager Booth, will be touring Scottish cities over the coming weeks.

The booth will appear somewhere in Edinburgh’s city centre from 1pm - 5pm today, Thursday, June 17, ready to reward thirsty beer fans who prove they’re ‘in the know’.

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The award-winning brewer has hinted at the booth’s location on its social media channels (@innisandgunn), asking followers find the street “named after the Capital’s famous landmark”.

Once a beer lover cracks the code and find where the Lager Booth is located, all they have to do is showcase their knowledge by answering a simple question about Innis & Gunn.

If answered correctly, and a refreshing pint of lager will be theirs to enjoy.

Innis & Gunn is bringing has launched a new treasure hunt in Edinburgh, promising lager lovers across the city a chance to win a free pint.

The pop-up Lager Booth is part of the brewer’s summer Lager campaign, ‘If You Know, You Know’, that will include a whole host of intriguing activities, taking place across Scotland set to entice new lager drinkers and reward loyal fans alike.

Since its foundation in 2003, Innis & Gunn has grown to become one of the UK’s most successful craft beer businesses.

Using innovative techniques including oak cask maturation, Innis & Gunn brew multi-award-winning beers including the flagship ‘The Original’ and Scotland’s Best Lager, Innis & Gunn Lager Beer.

The brewer is now the third biggest craft beer brand in the UK-off-trade and the number one imported craft beer in Canada.

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