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Beer Gardens In Glasgow
Summertime, and the livin' is easy. Okay, so we don't exactly get much sunshine in Glasgow, but when we do, there's no city better at taking full advantage. Luckily enough for us, there's some cracking beer gardens in Glasgow that are ideal for setting up camp and getting the drinks in on those hot summer days. Soak up those rays while you drink and dine alfresco, with our recommendations for the best beer gardens in Glasgow.
Billed as the "most awesome beer garden in Glasgow", this Ashton Lane legend was voted as the Best Outdoor Space in town by DMN voters. The garden becomes a hive of activity at the first sight of sunshine, with picnic tables and outdoor BBQs making this an alfresco haven.
West Brewery boasts one whopping beer garden from its Victorian masterpiece of a building and grounds. Housed in Glasgow's iconic Templeton Carpet factory building, this brewery, restaurant and pub all-in-one is a heaving destination when the sun's out.
With one of the biggest and best beer gardens in Glasgow, The Sanctuary Terrace has room for 200 people to chill out throughout the day and night, complete with a log fire, TVs screening live sport, acres of seating, plenty of rain cover and BBQ grub.
Come rain or shine, this Duke Street spot is a beer-lover's haven and with a cosy raised beer garden, Glasgow's first experiential craft brewery is the ideal spot to catch all the rays when heatwave weather is here.
Much loved by the student community and sporting fans looking for some live screened action, The Ark is a summer favourite thanks to its generous outdoor space. Just remember to head down early as this Glasgow beer garden is a popular hotspot that fills up with al fresco drinkers very quickly.
This East End boozer brings a slice of Americana to Glasgow, serving up comfort food like delicious pizza and naughty wings alongside dirty burgers. Nab a spot in the beer garden and let the sun-soaking commence.
The Finnieston may be your go to for lush seafood and quite the collection of gin, but it should really be known that this place hides a wee outdoor space perfect for terrace drinks.
Not so much a beer garden but outdoor drinking space in Glasgow, Republic Bier Halle is the perfect place for an icy pint in the sunshine when you're in the centre of town.
Something of a higgledy-piggledy design, the spacious outdoor area has a bit of a rustic character to it and becomes a heaving destination when the sun is out. With picnic benches and couches scattered about, you'll find BBQs in the summer and performances on the outdoor stage.
Perched on the beautiful banks of the River Kelvin, Inn Deep gives you a wealth of water-side views to take in as you sun yourself on their terrace. Alfresco drinks in Glasgow go down a treat here, with craft beer fiends flocking for hops.
A midnight revelers hot spot, The Social is the place for those looking for not only a night on the dance floor, but sunny drinks in Glasgow too. Less of a beer garden and more of a courtyard space, this Merchant City bar sits pretty in Royal Exchange Square.
In this den of cosy interiors and classic style, the biggest surprise in this secret bar, is not the bar itself, it's the garden out back (but hush, we didn't tell you). Chinaski's roomy decking gets the sun all evening, making it the perfect hideaway and a gorgeous place to indulge on cocktails al fresco.
With a stellar line up of music and art events, St Luke's is the place for live entertainment. You can also catch the football on a big screen inside or sip on a special craft beer in the garden.
Not only does the Clockwork Beer Company have their own microbrewery onsite, they also have a wonderful beer garden. It has even been awarded a prize from Glasgow's Gardening Association for recognition of their floral displays - now that's a beer garden in Glasgow that sounds bloomin' lovely.
Your typical Irish watering hole, Jinty McGuinty's is a fail-safe bet for good chat, good music and, even better, Guinness. Something of an Aston Lane institution, you can find some refuge from the bustling streets outside.