A Scottish craft brewer has created the world's first spreadable beer to mark the opening of its new Beer Kitchen.

Innis & Gunn opened its second Scottish Beer Kitchen in South Tay Street, Dundee today.

The celebrate the launch, the craft brewer has launched Marm & Ale, the world's first beer marmalade.

The marmalade combines Innes & Gunn's oak-aged IPA with Dundee's finest preserve.

The brewer has also unveiled a new marmalade flavoured IPA.

Dougal Sharp, Innis & Gunn founder and master brewer, said: “Launching in this great city has provided us with an opportunity to do what we do best: push the boundaries of what’s possible with beer through innovation and experimentation.

"That’s why we’ve been hard at work brewing a marmalade IPA and even creating spreadable beer for adventurous foodies.

"We’re proud to be setting up shop in such an innovative and vibrant city, we can’t wait to share our passion for great beer with Dundonians.”

The new Beer Kitchen in Dundee has been designed by award-winning architects Morgan McDonnell and focuses on matching food with beers.

Mr Sharp added: “With a focus on pairing food and beer, we are educating diners about the nuances and complexities in beer that they otherwise might be unaware of.

"We are not simply satisfied with telling people about beer - we want to show them too. This is why we’ve installed an exposed beer cellar and tanks serving the freshest beers straight from the brewery.

"We want Dundonians to understand and appreciate the process of getting Innis & Gunn beer into their glasses.”

Innis & Gunn's first Beer Kitchen in Edinburgh won the New Casual Dining Design Concept of the Year award at the Casual Dining Awards.