Kestrel Pilsner is back on shelves after a 10-year absence. Available exclusively at Scottish Booker depots in a 568ml pint can (abv 4%) with a trial price of £1.25, there are plans to roll out the can to the rest of the UK in the coming months.

The lager, which was discontinued in 2003, has been resurrected with a brand new look and taste.

Managing director Nigel McNally said: “Beer lovers fondly remember Kestrel Pilsner from the 1980s and 90s. Our Pilsner offers an easy drinking, flavoursome choice with all the great quality and taste of its family members and at £1.25 for a pint, Kestrel Pilsner represents unbelievable value for money.”