Alas eventually my time in Edinburgh had to come to an end, but as I live 4 hours away by train I picked up a 4 pack selection of Stewart Brewing beers and started with First World Problems from Stewart Brewing. As it turns out the journey took nearly 7 hours, so the name was appropriate. At 6.2% this Belgium style IPA packs a punch, but by Belgium beer standards quite a light one. At this point I'd usually write a bit about the brewery, but I've done that a lot lately so lets just say they are based not far from Edinburgh and their beers are all over Scotland.
First World Problems from Stewart Brewing pours a clear amber with a small white head. The aroma is fruity with citrus, peach, and grapefruit notes all coming through. The texture is around about medium, and the taste is decent, it's not great, but it's certainly drinkable. You'll get plenty of grapefruit mixed with some other less obvious tropical fruit notes, so if you like a fruity IPA look no further. I'm not really sure how any of this makes it Belgium style, but what do I know? It's a decent beer that deserves a decent score. 7 out of 10.