What they say:
The product of a cool collaboration between Williams Bros. brewers and the C&C Group (the fellas behind Tennent's), the launch of this extensive new experience is set to take Glasgow by storm, and turn the bar experience as we know it on its head. The Drygate Studio Kit offers guests the opportunity to get 'hands-on' with the brewing process, as Ed Evans explains: "Drygate is about a journey from the everyday to the exceptional ... it’s about opening doors to the craft beer experience and giving people the chance to get hands on in a brewery for the very first time". The space will feature a bottle shop, a 24 tap beer hall, a raised garden area, a restaurant with views of the brewery and a multi-functional venue and gallery space.
What we say:
Glasgow are pretty damn good at beer. Boasting the likes of West Brewery in the South Side, the ever-controversial BrewDog in the West End, and soon the much anticipated Drygate to the west of Merchant City, Glasgow is renowned for its darn tasty brew. Occupying a multi-functional space, there is no doubt that this one is going to down a storm with pleasure seekin' locals; the peckish can tuck into British charcuterie and beer infused burgers from Edinburgh's Vintage Bar & Restaurant, whilst the thirstier of the bunch can sup away on any of Drygate's 16 keg and 8 cask beer taps, or a tipple from their 200 strong bottle list.