We do love a wee themed map, and Glasgow Beer Trail offers a different angle to experience the city. Experience Glasgow Food and Drink has launched the Glasgow Beer Trail today (October 4), the second addition to their trails series.
Experience Glasgow already offers a Coffee Trail, discovering the best coffee the UK’s friendliest city has to offer. The new trail promises an opportunity to discover and learn more about the local beer community and find the city’s best-kept craft beer secrets.
The self-guided trail map is free, supported by the city’s Regional Food Group, Experience Glasgow Food & Drink and developed by Walking Tours in Glasgow. So, beer lovers can embark on a journey and have a pint all around the city’s best breweries, independent retailers and rich beer heritage.
The trail includes some all-time favourite spots, such as Tennent Caledonian Breweries Ltd. and Drygate Brewing Co., as well as the creative mavericks at Hidden Lane, and the innovators at Simple Things Fermentations. Plus, some of the breweries do beer tours, so don’t miss the chance to go behind the scenes where all the magic happens.
Craft beer enthusiasts will also be thrilled to find out Glasgow Beer Trail has plenty of options where to sample some of the best in town. Grunting Growler is a must-visit for craft beer aficionados, as is being shouted about by the organisers.
Beyond the beer, the trail also explores the city’s rich history and cultural heritage, offering the opportunity to explore landmarks and neighbourhoods, covering Glasgow city centre, the West End, East End and South.
Experience Glasgow Food & Drink Lead, Anh Nguyen said: “As the craft beer revolution continues to flourish in the UK, Glasgow stands out as a hub for innovation and exceptional craft brews. Join us on our new trail to journey through Glasgow’s beer culture and beyond, where each sip is a story waiting to be shared, and each step uncovers a new facet of this vibrant city”.