Brewery list and some of the brews for Beer Makes Glasgow
All Scottish breweries, all weekend, this weekend! 🍻🍻
Beer List – Up Front Brewing
1) Ishmael – IPA. Bitter, floral, piney, resinous, fruity and dank with a clean and crisp malt backbone.
2) Ahab – American Stout with roasted chocolate and coffee malt notes, balanced with a fruity and spicy hop finish.
3) Yojo – Gose brewed with Indian coriander seed, himalayan pink mountain salt kalamansi & passionfruit then dry-hopped with citra.
4) Up Front Brewing vs gallus brewing – Festival Beer!
A Beer Makes Glasgow exclusive, Jake & Ben created an extra special gose with alphonso mango, key lime juice, pink himalayan mountain salt and indian coriander. Fruit juice, but craft.
Beer List – gallus brewing
1) gallus stout – BIG. AGED. BANGING.
2) gallus Saison (Mandarina Bavaria) – Debuted at this years West End Beer Festival. Smashmaster 5000.
3) gallus DIPA (Citra, Mosaic, El Dorado) – Exclusive debut at Beer Makes Glasgow – gallus’ first DIPA. Lots of hops & fuss.
4) gallus vs Up Front – Festival Beer! – A Beer Makes Glasgow exclusive, Jake & Ben created an extra special gose with alphonso mango, key lime juice, pink himalayan mountain salt and indian coriander. Fruit juice, but craft.
Beer List – Dead End Brew Machine
1) Death & Decay Pineapple & Passionfruit IPA
Launching exclusively at Beer Makes Glasgow – it’s an IPA by DEBM, we know it’s going to be a belter.
2) Dead End Brew Machine vs Shilling Brewing Company – Lemon & Guava Wit
Another exclusive beer to BMG, we’ve got a feeling this will be a refreshing banger
3) Rigor Portis Smoked Porter
The beer is better than the name, which is quite the achievement tbh
4) Dead End Brew Machine vs Out of Town Brewing – Diversifisaison (Lime & Gorse saison)
Great name, better beer. Tart-tastic.
5) Bretted Rigor Portis
More craft than yer maw’s art project, get this in ye.
6) Bretted Death Two
This one won’t last long.
Beer List – Drygate
1) Orpheus – Imperial Stout, the 1,000th brew from the main kit under the Seven Peaks, infused with lapsang souchong tea & blackcurrants.
2) Double Orinoco – Imperial Breakfast Stout with double the coffee, double the vanilla, double the chocolate and double the fun.
3) Bock and Roll – Doppelbock, brewed with fresh surplus Mortons Rolls. Liquid bread.
4) Brevity – Witbier brewed with mandarin orange peel & Indian coriander seeds.
5) Oaked Cranachan Stout – Speyside oaked stout with toasted oatmeal, honey, lactose, raspberries & whisky.
6) Battlesour Galactica – Rye gose brewed with himalayan pink mountain salt, Indian coriander seed and blood orange juice. Champion beer of Wrest-Ale-Mania I.
7) Trash Soda – Huell Melon Pale Ale brewed with lots of oats and hops.
Beer List – Out of Town Brewing
1) Pine – DIPA single hopped with Chinook. Big, bold & bitter.
2) North East Coast IPA – V2, no added flour but LOTS of added hops.
3) Glasgow Porter – The Cumbernauld crews take on a London Porter: Coffee, chocolate, easy drinking.
4) Out of Town Brewing vs Dead End Brew Machine –
Diversifisaison (Lime & Gorse saison). Great name, better beer. Tart-tastic.
PLUS in bottles:
5) Zest – West Coast IPA hopped with Centennial & Citra. Dry & zingy, like citrus zest. SEE WHAT THEY DID THERE?!
Beer List – Fyne Ales
1) Jarl – Citra single-hop session pale.
2) Lost in Time – Full-bodied red IPA dry-hopped with Columbus.
3) Red Berry Ghost – Another exclusive launch at Beer Makes Glasgow, BRAND NEW version of Fyne’s nitro stout aged on strawberries & raspberries.
4) Workbench IPA: Third Draft – Part three in the Workbench IPA Project – a Citra, Nelson, Cascade & Centennial IPA.
Other breweries who’ll be there
Tempest Brewing Co.
Fallen Brewing Company
St Andrews Brewing Co.
Cross Borders Brewing
International Beer Bar by Grunting Growler, bringing in all the non-Scottish fuss:
1) Beavertown Brewery Tempus Project – Moonshiner, a Berliner Weiss aged on Woodford reserve barrels for 3 months and infused with lime zest and aromatic bitters.
2) Cloudwater Brew Co – Pilsner Mandarina Bavaria
3) Cloudwater Brew Co – IPA Chinook CItra
+ More to be announced at the weekend, grab your tickets now:
Glasgow School of Art, 167 Renfrew St, Glasgow G3 6RQ
Nearest train station: Charing Cross
Nearest tube station: Cowcaddens
Nearest bus stop: The 3, 4, 17 and 18 all stop outside the Glasgow Dental hospital at the foot of Scott Street.
Friday 25th and Saturday 26th August 2017. 12 noon – 5pm and 6pm – 11pm sessions both days.
Great Scottish Beer Celebration ticket holders get in for free while for everyone else it’s £9.
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