Wester Distillery in Glasgow
Wester Distillery in Glasgow

Wester Distillery in Glasgow

Do you love Rum? Or are you looking for something unique to do on your next day off? If so, make sure to visit Wester Distillery in Glasgow! This distillery is one of the only independently run distilleries in the West End of the city. Visitors can learn all about Glasgow’s association with Rum. This can be done through one of their many tours of the distillery.

Where can I find the Wester Distillery?

The distillery is located in the West End of Glasgow, in the Partick area. If travelling from the city centre, you can catch the train from Queen Street station to Partick.

Visitors will learn all about their process of making Rum, with some highly experienced staff members, you can also try some of their Rum in their tasting sessions. These tours last around 1 hour and 15 minutes, and a full-price admission starts at £15. During these tours, visitors can partake in a cocktail masterclass and an exclusive tasting session. Tours take place at 11am, 12:30am, 14:00am, 16:00am. So what are you waiting for? Make the most of your day off and learn all about Rum at the Wester Distillery in Glasgow!

  • Parking available.
  • Central location.
  • Over-18s.

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