onyirtodd wrote:Does the former Strathalbyn Brewery, in Clydebank, count?
My Kitten wrote:The Pig & Whistle Brewery P & W Brewery Limited The Pig & Whistle
McNeil Street Glasgow
Brewing started in early 1984, the brewery claiming to be Glasgow's first pub brewery. Brewing is believed to have ceased by the late summer 1986.
neilmc wrote:I hasten to add! Is the Clockwork still brewing? I haven't been in there for a couple of years.
Glasgow was famous at one time for its stouts and porters, and I would love to have tasted "Glasgow Porter". Tennents used to produce a good stout (so my old dad says), and apparently they still brew one for export only - I guess it's too good for us locals.
Dexter St. Clair wrote:
The Clockwork has changed hands a couple of times and no longer brews anything.
Younger of Alloa Sweetheart Stout which can be seen in the domestic market with Ann still on the label maybe brewed at Wellpark but I think Tennents sub contract beer production to Bellhaven.
My Kitten wrote:Mono Restaurant & Bar 10 King Street Glasgow G1 5QP
Glasgow's first vegan restaurant, which opened in November 2002, has installed a small plant for the production a Kolsch and fermented low alcohol fruit drinks. It is reported that due to problems with local residents, no beer is actually brewed here, but is brewed at Heather and brought to the Mono for conditioning. Although the restaurant and 1% ABV flavoured lemonandes still exist, it is reported that no "beer" products are now produced
onyirtodd wrote:Serves you right for drinking lager
Alan L wrote:The Clockwork still sells "own brand" beers, though I doubt they're brewed on site.
I tried their lager last night, and it was rank.
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