Brewer lights up Edinburgh landmarks to celebrate Scotland win

A beer giant has raised a glass to Scotland's nail-biting victory over France today by beaming a message of congratulations on some Capital landmarks.

Dewar Place Lane in the city's west end was among the landmarks to be lit up in honour of Scotland's victory
Dewar Place Lane in the city's west end was among the landmarks to be lit up in honour of Scotland's victory

Tennent’s served up the triumphant message ‘FantasTique’ to honour Gregor Townsend’s Six Nations heroes.

The distinctive logo could be found across the city’s west end where thousands of fans passed through after the match at Murrayfield.

Bars across the Capital are expected to be busy tonight as thirsty fans toast the 32 - 26 victory over France, only the third time Scotland has beaten Les Bleus since the competition was extended to six teams in 2000.

Chancelot flour mill at Leith Docks

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Chancelot flour mill at Leith Docks
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