Drygate Brewery
Photograph: Laura Menéndez for Time Out
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Drygate Brewery

A so-called ‘experiential’ micro-brewery, beerhall and restaurant, the result of a collaboration between big brewers Tennent's and beer crafters Williams Bros

Laura Menéndez

Time Out says

What’s the vibe?

A relaxed venue for beer connoisseurs and beer enjoyers alike. This craft brewery with on-site bar, restaurant, outside terrace and venue space offers visitors a sneak-peak into Glasgow’s industrial past. Staff are friendly, welcoming and attentive, and whether you’re looking for a Friday night venue or a chill pint on a week-day, their 26 rotating beers on tap have got you covered. On a sunny day the vibes on the terrace are immaculate. Check their website for gigs, comedy and more. 

What are prices like? 

Beers range from £1.75 to £7.30. Wines and spirits have slightly higher prizes. And cocktails have a flat rate of £8.95. 

What should I order?

Ask a member of staff if you have specific beer requests. They know their stuff. Want to try a bit of everything? Their beer flights are the best option – four third-sized pints, either picked by you or based on one of their selections. We also love the chicken burger. 

What’s worth visiting nearby?

Right next to the Drygate Brewery is the Tenant’s factory. You can indulge in a double-beer afternoon if you want to get to know Scotland’s national beer, Tennent’s later. 

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