Leeds-based brewery Joshua Tetley & Son is launching its first range of bottled ales in four years.
The move follows the brand launching Tetley's Golden Ale and Tetley's No.3 Pale Ale on cask earlier this year, and the new 500ml bottles of the brews will be available across the on-trade.
Tetley's No.3 Pale Ale, a 4.2 per cent ABV beer, has been exclusively brewed in its original heartland of Leeds, and provides a taste of the 19th century with a recipe inspired by the original Tetley's pale ale brewed over 150 years ago.
Tetley's Golden Ale, a 4.0 per cent ABV contemporary blonde ale, blends on-trend hop varieties to create a bright, citrus beer. Both brews have been created with Tetley's unique double yeast strain.
Emily Hudson, brand manager for Tetley's, said: "Earlier this year, alongside the new No.3 Pale Ale, we also rolled out a new visual identity for the whole Tetley's portfolio, so it is fair to say that 2018 really has marked an exciting new chapter for the brand.
"We look forward to seeing how consumers receive the new formats and the freedom of choice in being able to enjoy the brews in this way."
The new bottles also feature Tetley's new identity, which was revealed earlier this year.