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Glasgow Walking Tour With Beer Tasting

1. Glasgow Walking Tour With Beer Tasting

Enjoy a unique walking tour of Glasgow's New Town through the story of William Harley and brewing in Glasgow. Setting off from the stunning Blythswood Square, you'll discover how Harley arrived as a young labourer before using his entrepreneurial talents to make (and lose) a fortune. It's a story of playing host to worldwide royalty, corporate espionage, civic duty and laying the foundations for Glasgow to become the largest exporter of bottled beer in the world. Finish with a tutored tasting of Scotland's award winning craft beers. You'll also be introduced to the raw ingredients and science of brewing and the expert guides will help you discover flavours you'll love. This tour is for history lovers or beer lovers who'd like to discover the authentic story of Glasgow's development and experience the exciting local craft beer scene. Tours are limited to 12 people so that your expert local guides can answer all your questions and help you discover your new favourite drink. You'll be entertained, informed and refreshed!

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4.8 / 5

based on 24 reviews

Great tour! Lovely guide who knew a lot not just about Glasgow, but also about beer and the history of beer brewing in Glasgow. Interesting and fun!

This was an excellent tour! I highly recommend this causal experience learning about the history of the city and the brewing industry.

We had a lot of fun exploring Glasgow and learning a little bit about it's history in between sampling several very good beers.

It was a small group (5 people) with a super nice and competent guide.

Rich introduction to both beer and Glasgow history