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Glasgow Beer Tasting

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Glasgow Beer Tasting

From GBP 150.00


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9 July 2022 - 3 August 2024
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Discover Glasgow's craft beer scene on a beer tasting walk for private group tours.

Glasgow Beer Tasting: Insight into the Craft Beer Scene

Book a private group tour and enjoy a beer tasting in Glasgow.

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Glasgow has a thriving craft beer scene. These small breweries produce special beers to suit every taste, from hoppy IPAs and malty porters to fruity sours and dark stouts. Even with so many micro-breweries based in Glasgow and the rest of Scotland, the beer industry is still growing by leaps and bounds. It’s not just about drinking — it’s about exploring different tastes, learning about different ingredients, and understanding the science behind brewing your own beer at home. In this blog post, we’ll take you on a tour of some of the best pubs in Glasgow for sampling craft beers. You can even find out where to buy these beers if you want to try brewing them at home. Let’s get started...

What is Craft Beer?

A craft beer is any beer that is produced by a brewery that is independent (not owned by a multinational company). This means that the beer is produced on a small scale with high attention to quality. The term “microbrewery” was coined in the US in the 1970s to describe breweries that produced fewer than 15,000 barrels of beer per year. This is quite different from the mass production of lager or ale that’s associated with the big brewery brands like Budweiser or Guinness. The term “craft beer” was introduced in the UK in the 1990s as a descriptive term for breweries that produce a wider variety of beer types, including ales, stouts, and porters. The term is now used worldwide.

Where to Try Craft Beers in Glasgow

If you’re visiting Glasgow, you’ll find that there are many pubs and bars where you can sample craft beers and other speciality drinks. Here are a few of our favourites: - The Cathro and Co. Brewery - This brewery is housed in an old Victorian building in the heart of Glasgow. It’s a great place to try many of the speciality beers produced by the brewery. Since the brewery is located in the middle of town, it’s easy to find — just look for the red iron arch. - Glasgow Craft Beers - The Cathro and Co. Brewery also has a shop where you can buy beers to take home with you. If you’re visiting Glasgow, you can easily buy The Cathro and Co. Brewery beers at many pubs and shops. - Innis & Gunn Brewery Tasting Room - If you’d like to taste a wide range of beers produced by the Innis & Gunn Brewery, make a reservation to visit their tasting room. Here, you can try beers like Rum-Barrel Aged Porter, Toasted Coconut Stout, and a wide selection of speciality cask ales. - Oranje Hotel Tasting Rooms - The Oranje Hotel has two tasting rooms where you can sample a variety of beers. Here, you can try beers from breweries such as Oranje, De Hop, and Glasgow Craft Beers. - Provenance Restaurant: A Taste of the Netherlands in Glasgow - The Provenance Restaurant offers a wide selection of Dutch beers that you can sample with your meal. The restaurant also has a wide selection of whisky and other drinks.

Glasgow is one of the best places in the world to sample craft beers. No matter which pub or bar you visit, you’ll be able to try a wide selection of speciality beers, stouts, and porters. If you’re visiting Glasgow, be sure to try some of the local craft beers. If you’re interested in brewing beer at home, you can easily find craft beers at most beer supply shops. If you’re interested in making your own beer, you can find recipes online or in any number of beer making books. Enjoy sampling the wide range of craft beers produced by the many micro-breweries in Glasgow.

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