Gin Bars In Glasgow
While a staple of most cocktail bars, there are some venues that take their gin particularly seriously. Here we round a selection of the best gin bars in Glasgow. You'll find everything from classic cocktails to teapot G&Ts at these Glasgow bars with the the most extensive gin menus in the city.
Last updated on 12th October 2017
Kained Holdings' The Finnieston is one of the premiere gin bars in Glasgow. As well as a very long list of various takes on the classic gin and tonic, this Argyle Street seafood restaurant has an extensive gin cocktail menu.
Though not a gin bar in the strictest sense, this Glasgow Indian restaurant has an impressive list of premium gin and tonics. Serves feature Hendricks with elderflower tonic, cardamom, cucumber and coriander, and Bombay Sapphire with grapefruit, cinnamon and raspberry.
Housed within Glasgow Central Station, Alston Bar & Beef can proudly proclaim itself to have the largest selection of Scottish gins available in one place. Tucked away from the main thoroughfare, for fans of good cuts of meat with their gin, there's no better bar in Glasgow.
This Merchant City venue and members club offers cocktails made with various spirits, but gin is its true passion. With juniper infusions from far and wide, served with a selection of garnishes, as well as a list of opulent gin-based cocktails, it's an honorary member of the Glasgow gin bar scene.
When it comes to Glasgow gin bars, it's tough to match Gin71 for attention to detail. This is so much more than your average Gordons and Schweppes affair, this gin bar offers the largest gin selection in the whole city along with homemade tonics and infused ice cubes.
This restaurant and bar in Glasgow city centre is home to an impressive gin selection. There's a good combination of classic gins like Hendricks and Tanqueray and more obscure picks, like organic Wisconsin gin, Deaths Door, to keep you there for hours.
Serving up 68 different types of gin, this bar at the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor has a comprehensive list of not just the gins but also the proper tonics and garnishes required for the perfect serve. The spirit has even made it into their food menu with a gin-cured Gravlax sharing board available.
Although one of the smallest of the Glasgow gin bars, The Brass Monkey has a sizeable collection of gins on offer. With over 30 different brands available, this Argyle Street party bar can more than meet your G&T expectations.
Once it turns 5pm it morphs into Gin71, but during daylight hours this delightful tea room gives you the option of a teapot of gin cocktails with your scones and sandwiches. You can of course get regular teas in the teapots as well, but where's the fun in that?