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Add Munro's on GWR to your list.

Then burn your list. Good beer choice but a horribly plastic pub.

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That sounds like the worst stag night on earth.

 

You seem to be forgetting that one poster in the Dundee area held his stag night in a bowling alley. 

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Pint of broughton "dark Dunter" and a pint of Orkney "dark island" in the Guildford arms last night. Lovely.

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Orkney Breweries have some decent ales, I like their Corncrake Ale and Northern Light is good as well.

My favourite session ale of theirs though has to be Raven Ale, quality.

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That sounds like the worst stag night on earth.

 

To be clear, this is just us showing him and his friends around the haunts and pubs of Glasgow, this will be reciprocated in a few weeks when we get taken on a pub tour of the Wirral. Shenanigans will be kept for the weekend in Prague in July.

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Never been much of a brewdog fan, but this was on for £1.50 a bottle in Morrisons so I bought a couple, and it's Actually quite nice.

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750ml bottle of Arran Milestone Special Reserve found at back of beer cupboard. Bit out of date but lovely all the same. Matured in bourbon casks and bottle conditioned.

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Never been much of a brewdog fan, but this was on for £1.50 a bottle in Morrisons so I bought a couple, and it's Actually quite nice.

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Tried the Brewdog Elvis Juice for the first time earlier - liked it a lot. It might be the most grapefruity thing I've ever tasted, and I'm including actual grapefuit.

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Pretty Good day all round last Saturday, had a couple of pints of Deuchars in The Auctioneers then headed out to the Three Judges and Bar Gallus had a gorgeous pint of Ossian in Bar Gallus then on to BrewDog opposite Kelvingrove Art gallery. Had Jet Black Heart in there, along with 5am Saint and some Elvis Juice.  From there to The Bothy where they had Schiehallion on draught. Lovely stuff and I am not a lager drinker but that was nice. Oran Mor was next where we hit the hard stuff a coupe of glasses of Cardhu and then we headed back into the Merchant City. BrewDog took another hit with some Hardcore IPA and more Jet Black Heart before heading off to O'Neill's to watch the Scotland game after that things got a bit hazy.  :thumsup2

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I was at The West Brewery tour last night. Tour is short, but quite entertaining. The beers are a bit bland I think, Wild West and the stout were the best by quite a way.

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I was at The West Brewery tour last night. Tour is short, but quite entertaining. The beers are a bit bland I think, Wild West and the stout were the best by quite a way.

 

Yep, pretty much agree with all of that. I liked the short tour though; I'm only so interested in the processes. I like their beer too, was really glad when they they didn't go bust (and are now doing well)... but I was really pleased when we left to go to Drygate, where the beer and food is about 100x better.

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I was at The West Brewery tour last night. Tour is short, but quite entertaining. The beers are a bit bland I think, Wild West and the stout were the best by quite a way.

West for most part very bland. Really like their Munich Red though.

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Had an excellent day out at the Steampacket Inn on Saturday. 

 

Amongst others had Kelburn Jaguar, Five Kingdoms Capt. Morrison's IPA and their Stout, which was 6.9% and was so utterly fucking magnificent that it led to me buying a four pint jug of it for the bus home. And horsing the lot. Sair heid Sunday.....  :unsure:

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Glasgow Real Ale Festival is on from today to Saturday inclusive.[/size]http://www.glasgowrealalefestival.co.uk/

Spent a couple of hours at this yesterday with two of my sons. Lots of half pints of previously untried beers, some good, some not so. I'd never heard of Clockwork brewery in Glasgow.

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There's a real ale festival at the corn exchange the weekend T in the Park is on in case anyone in Edinburgh was interested.

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Pint of Harviestoun's Broken Dial in the theatre royal bar. First time I've tried it and thoroughly enjoying it!

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