Posted by the Black Wolf | Jun 27, 2014
As you may know I, the Black Wolf, am a lover of team sports. I have decided to create a beer in celebration of the World Cup and shall be spreading my love of football and pack spirit across Scotland with this bottled taste of Brazil. I have grown fond of this blonde beer and decided to name it Futebol Lobo, translating as Football Wolf, and it lurks behind the bars of a number of pack hideouts.
26 Tay Street
I address you, my Perth friends, and invite you to Capital Asset to sample my Brazilian creation. In the heart of the city lies this established local boozer, encapsulating the Perth way with friendly faces and a relaxed social setting.
Gather round my friends and experience the taste of a Brazilian summer in the Great Glen; a casual local pub that incorporates a traditional Scottish atmosphere into a retro appearance.
40-44 Main Street
Join me in An Ruadh Ghleann to bask in the ambience of this modernistic - verging on futuristic - picnic-style venue. I shall venture here to snap up their mouthwatering menu and perhaps pair my Brazilian blonde beer with their tantalizingly tasty club sandwich.
72-74 Church Street
I send this celebration of the World Cup to you, pack members of the north. This highland pub satisfies not only my devotion to good beer, but also the traditionalist within me. The Kings Highway opens up its doors to reveal its classic Scottish décor and the time-honored hospitality of the highlands.
67-71 Reform Street
Counting House shall be serving up Futebol Lobo amidst the cheers of football fans watching the game. The scattered apparel of this pub is what gives it character and makes it such a welcoming place to spend a Saturday evening.
With its suave team of staff and equally sophisticated interior, the Leaping Salmon makes for a prime Friday evening spot for a bite to eat and a cold beer. Join me, wolf pack, in a celebration of the World Cup in this prime local pub.
Kings Inch Road
The minimalistic appearance of this Glasgow bar does not take away from the pack spirit and abundances of friendly faces. As I am a social creature, Lord of the Isles makes for a perfect Saturday night pack hangout.
367 Leith Walk
Join me in one of the capital’s best-loved football pubs. Friends gather here to kick back and watch the game in a social setting. If you’re up for a slightly livelier pub experience, Robbies Bar is the place for you.
2-4 St Stephen Street
Like your local should be, this Edinburgh pub provides a range of top beers and ales, live music, live sport and a casual social atmosphere to enjoy with the pack.
Let the World Cup spirit remain strong as we gather with friends to enjoy the game in our favourite pack hideouts.