The Glasgow Beer Tour
The Glasgow Beer Tour

The Glasgow Beer Tour

Are you a lover of Beer? Or do you just want to explore Scotland’s largest city in a unique way? Well, then this tour is just for you! On this tour, customers can learn how Glasgow became the world’s largest exporter of bottled beer, and of course, you can do all of this while tasting beers from the city’s finest breweries! This tour is carried out by experienced and knowledgeable guides, who know the city and its breweries inside out. So you can be sure that you are in safe hands.

Where does the Glasgow Beer Tour depart from?

The tour departs from the Blythswood hotel and your tour guide will be yielding a yellow umbrella.

The tour is carried out in small groups of up to 8 people. However, they provide tours for larger groups by appointment only. The tour is detailed and entertaining. Ending with a unique tutored tasting of some of Glasgow’s finest beers, where guides will help you discover flavours that may become some of your favourites in the future! So why not let your taste buds explore while you explore Glasgow too and come along on your next day out?

  • 2-hour duration.
  • Admission is £35pp.
  • Private tours are available by request.
  • Meet up point in the city centre.

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