Whisky Bars in Glasgow
Scotch, malt, whisky. On the rocks, straight up or with a dash of water. Whatever you call it or however you like it, you're never far away from a dram in Glasgow. Scotland makes the best malts in world, and Glasgow has some of the best whisky bars in which to drink them. Great pubs, good banter, nice surroundings and staff who really know their stuff; if you fancy yourself as a whisky aficionado, you're in the right place. Whether you're in The West End or the City Centre, chances are your next snifter is just around the corner.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
The Pot Still is the go-to destination for whisky in Glasgow. Apparently, a bunch of Japanese business men once flew up from London for the day, just to taste a rare malt they could only find here. With literally hundreds of bottles (370 on the last count) on offer from around the world, as well as the best of the local stuff too, there's good reason this pub is an institution.
This bar is Scottish through and through. From its regular trad sessions and utterly indigenous decor, it's little wonder that is has a mighty selection of malts as well. The staff here really know their stuff, so whether you're a newbie to the whisky world or a long-time drinker, they're always up for a bit of tipple chatter.
There are few better spots in all of Glasgow to enjoy a drop than at the Ubiquitous Chip. With several bars to choose from - The Wee Pub is a particularly special spot for a dram - you'll never go thirsty. A vast selection of malts seals the deal on this cracking West End establishment.
With a collection of over 250 malts, Óran Mór is well-equipped to lure in the whisky lovers. Stunning surroundings, a warm atmosphere and revolving displays of local art, make this bar a very pleasing one indeed to enjoy your dram.