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  • Auchentoshan Distillery, Clydebank
    Auchentoshan Distillery, Clydebank

Glasgow & The Clyde Valley is home to a thriving and historic brewing industry which has produced some of the country's best-loved lagers. Take a tour of the region's breweries and see how their distinctive largers and ales are produced. You can also visit local distilleries to witness the time-honoured whisky-making process while enjoying complimentary tastings of the national drink.

Whisky

From tours of Auchentoshan Distillery to blending your own whisky at Glengoyne, not to forget the specialist shops, there are plenty whisky attractions to enjoy in the region. Find out more about whisky in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley.

Beers and ales

From refining to brewing, uncover the process of how one of Scotland's best known lagers is created. Discover more about Tennent's and enjoy a new tour of the Wellpark Brewery which has been brewing in the heart of Glasgow for over 450 years.

Quality craft beers are also big business in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley. Take a tour of Houston Brewery Company in Renfrewshire or sample authentic ale from the Clockwork Beer Company on Glasgow’s Cathcart Road.

Situated in the Victorian grandeur of a former carpet factory - named the Templeton Building, the West Brewery offers visitors the chance to watch the brewing process from its beer hall, and you can also sample its many German-inspired beers. Head further west to Biggar and try one of the many drinks produced by Broughton Ales.

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