A stubby is the general term for short glass bottles used for beer. Stubbies are shorter and fatter than longneck bottles and therefore pack into a smaller space for transporting. The bottles are sometimes made with thick glass so that the bottle can be cleaned and reused before being recycled. Red Stripe beer from Jamaica uses the stubby bottle.
Red Stripe is a Jamaican lager-style beer whose logo is a bold, diagonal red stripe. It was originally brewed by the Desnoes and Geddes company (founded by Kingston natives Eugene Desnoes and Thomas Geddes) as early as 1928, but in 1993, that company was purchased by the huge multinational makers of Guinness, Diageo. It is 4.7% alcohol by volume.