Everyone was treated to a pint, as well as samples of some of the more unique offerings they have. The beer tasting was really fun - the Master Brewer and his colleague done a fabulous job at explaining the process of making the beers, answering our questions, and we got to smell some of the grains used in processing, and have a go at pulling our own pint! Unless you can be there before 5pm don't expect a table. Multiple vouchers may be purchased. As well as a rare collection of vintage and retro Tennent's packaging, there's a chance to watch your favourite Tennent's adverts from over the decades and also a shop to buy exclusive Tennent's goodies. Going for the place is the amount of Real Ales they have on draught, including the price. Setting this up takes just a few minutes - for instructions. For that it should be applauded! It was also pretty juicy and not at all dry.
The video at the beginning of the tour offers insight into the history of beer in Scotland. You will also learn how to optimise your cocoa butters and lustres to present the most eye-catching and appealing chocolates. Otherwise, much of the elaborate fittings and grand cornices remain, while the bar cuts a grand horseshoe figure, including an extensive range of whiskys and real ales for the connoisseurs, as well as the old faithfuls for the clientele, myself included, who dismiss anyone who orders something other than a pint of Tennent's and a packet of nuts. Promoting your link also lets your audience know that you are featured on a rapidly growing travel site. I still couldn't tell you the difference between a beer, an ale, and a lager sorry. Tennant's is a west end icon of a bar across the road from Hillhead underground in the shadow of Glasgow university.
Nick was our awesome, funny and well-spoken tour guide! A fantastic event, I would heartily recommend it. Went for the pizza masterclass. I've lived in and around the West End long enough to have visited Tennents more times than can realistically be healthy. But, it has a good selection of ales, it's priced well and they show all of the sport you could ever hope to watch. Also, Harriet was incredibly helpful and had fantastic food recommendations! I feel a bit torn awarding just 3 stars, but when I look at some of the pubs I've given 4 stars, I would say this place is a step below.
If you have photos, descriptions, contact information, social media handles, etc. Thanks to the brewery for the experience! Over 12s only; under 18s must be accompanied by an adult with valid voucher. Sure they could expand their range of beers, or improve the quality of the food, or redecorate or. Follow us from the very origins of brewing at Wellpark, to present day support of and passion for Scottish music and football. And there is it's greatest problem, as well as it's greatest selling point. This will be enjoyed over a tea or coffee and maybe a sample of a chocolate or two?! My local haunt, and has been for years, Tennents boasts a mix of students, tourists, and seasoned locals. On these occasions, it's packed to the rafters and almost always maintains a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, even towards the three or four stubborn regulars who persist on taking up two seats with their broadsheets when breathing space is at a premium.
Our guide was nice but not much was happening on the Sunday we toured the facility. The strong branding continues throughout, with some incredible graffiti art, such as the giant vats that have been painted to look like cans of Tennent's. If they could get some more interesting beers available, and more local ales I'd happily review my score. This is a great way for travelers looking for a great vacation in your city or country to also experience Tennents Wellpark Brewery. Our big friendly bar is always abuzz with conversation involving all ages and opinions - you're welcome to join in, while our Wee-T area provides a bit of peace and quiet for diners. It's Keith's favourite too, so I'm in good company.
Pizza toppings also a bit simple- expected more for a £25 course. The tour takes about an hour and costs ten pounds. They know people like cheap drink, they know people like fast, efficient service and they know people like steak pies the size of a small cow. Vintage ads The tour moves from the very origins of brewing at Wellpark, to the present day support of, and passion for, Scottish music and football. Tennent's Wellpark Brewery, next to the , with the and in the background Wellpark Brewery was originally known as the Drygate Brewery.
Its horseshoe bar's commanding, decked out in antique pine, backlit by large engraved brewery mirrors and well stocked with ales, lagers, spirits and wine. I didn't try any but it looked like little chunks of brie, smoked meats, salmon, olives, and some fancy looking Scotch Pies. We continued the tour through their plant, covering areas such as the bottling hall, and canning line. This deal was signed on 3 October 2006 and came into effect in time for the qualifying victory against on 7 October 2006. They have good menu selection with specials on and plenty of choice for every type of pallet.
Can barely ever find a place to sit, busy. Brewing tradition Wellpark Brewery in Glasgow is home to more than 450 years of brewing tradition and award-winning beers. Setting this up takes just a few minutes - for instructions. We then worked our way through the following: Black T Caledonia Best on draft 1885 Lager gluten free Menabrea Tennent's Extra 9% Scotch Ale Scottish Beer aged with whisky oak Tennent's Stout Heverlee Witte Hee Haw alcohol free Lemon T Quite a few of these are for the export market only, and you can't buy them here, so it was a real treat to be able to try them out. Maybe I'll bring friends back next time. After breaking for lunch and a glass of wine, you will then create your very own batch of caramel filled moulded chocolates and boozy chocolate truffles.
We've been part of Scotland and its culture for generations. We started with some standard Tennent's - the stuff that you get in every pub in Glasgow. We had a great time on the tour with Harriet. I've even stood and watched snooker in here. The tour lasted for about an hour and it was so enjoyable!! Their menu has changed frequently over the years, and if the chain that owns it would just step aside and let them return to the days of a small selection of standard pub meals; steak pie, mac'n'cheese, and their one time wonderful stone baked pizzas, it would fair all the better.
The tour begins in the 'brand room' - a sort of mini museum summarising the history and timeline of the Tennent's company the brewery has been established here since 1740 and displaying various memorabilia and familiar advertising campaigns and also covering the brand's associations with Scottish music and sport. Our guide was knowledgeable and engaging. One word of advice, be prepared to hike. It's definitely a great promotional opportunity too to show people how tasty their beverage selection is in a time where craft beers are becoming more and more popular, and to encourage people to smell and feel the tastes of the individual ingredients in the drinks. He was very happy with his burger but my mac and cheese was definitely lacking punch.