1147 Argyle Street
A hotspot for live midweek sessions of traditional music and craft beers, Ben Nevis has a glowing reputation for its whisky collection too.
153 North Street
First opened in 1973, the Bon Accord earned a reputation as one of the first pubs in Glasgow to sell real ale. Now, after changing hands many times, it has slowly built up its collection of whisky from just 5 in 2001 to over 250, earning the title Malt Whisky Bar of the Year in 2004 and 2007.
206 Dumbarton Road
In the heart of Glasgow’s west end, the Lismore is known for its interiors, particularly its stunning stain glass windows depicting the Highland Clearances. The name itself reflects the original clientele that used to frequent the pub who mostly originated from the Highlands and Western Isles. The pub, which hosts its own whisky tastings and live folk sessions, is constantly adding to its already burgeoning whisky collection and was recently named Malt Whisky Bar of the Year 2013.
Housed in the old Kelvingrove Parish Church, Òran Mór is a popular watering hole in Glasgow’s west end. As well as a two restaurants and live music venues, it also boasts a dedicated whisky bar with over 250 different malt whiskies.
154 Hope Street
Glasgow’s most iconic whisky bar is The Pot Still, with a history of great drams which spans 30 years. You will discover some remarkable malts as the bar is stocked with over 300 different whiskies, some of which are only available in this bar.