Drygate Brewing Co.

Drygate Brewing Co.
85 Drygate, Glasgow, G4 0UT
  • Telephone 0141 212 8810
  • Opening times Mon–Sun 11am–midnight
  • Bar open Mon–Sun 11am–midnight
  • Food served Mon–Fri noon–10pm; Sat/Sun noon–10pm
  • Average price Sandwich and soup or soft drink averages £7 (set lunch); £17.50 (evening meal)
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  • Website drygate.com
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Drygate Brewing Co.

An industrial-sized cornucopia of craft beer on the East End of town, proving daily that seeing truly is believing with its own viewable working brewery. Drygate Brewing Co. includes a bar, kitchen, brewery and an events space.

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So many places across town claim to be the official aficionados of craft beer, yet few can boast a working brewery into which you can actually witness the next batch being produced, laboratory style, as you relax and sample their latest creation. And if being able to see the full beer-making process from cradle to grave isn't interesting enough then sampling Drygate's wares will certainly ensure a eureka moment. While Seven Peaks Mosaic IPA is a delicately citrus-infused session beer, the spirit of collaboration within Drygate Brewery boasts other such wonders such as Up Front Brewing's dark, malty and mysterious Ahab Stout. Given their approach to beer it seems reasonable that the food options would be equally as innovative, and in fact it alters every few months. Some staples still abide, however, so make sure to sample the simply delectable pork, black pudding and chorizo burger.

  • High point: Child in a sweetshop experience for beer lovers
  • Low point: Despite being brewered onsite, beer is expensive
  • Notable dish: Pork, black pudding and chorizo burger
  • Average price: Sandwich and soup or soft drink averages £7 (set lunch); £17.50 (dinner)
  • Private dining: Up to 550 covers
  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Light house and indie music.
  • Live entertainment: Gigs, local label showcases, Celtic Connections Late Night Sessions, Open Mic, Spoken Word
  • Capacity: 120
  • Largest group: 50
  • Open since: 2014
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 17
  • House wine: £16.50 per bottle

Events at this venue

There are 10 events at this location

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Bflf Glasgow - DJ Hans Bouffmyhre 'neon Glow' Techno Special

What kind of fun are we going to have? * DJ Hans Bouffmhyre (Sleaza Label Boss) * Neon Glow - optional but fully encouraged fancy dress theme * Licensed bar * Club lighting * Craft area with themed crafts * Play area with tents and tunnels * Giant colouring-in mural * Babies-only safe space with soft mats, sofas and…

Sun 25 Mar

£6.67–£8.80 / 0141 212 8810

Bflf Glasgow - DJ Tbc "animal Fantastical" Theme Party

What kind of fun are we going to have? * DJ TBC (but they'll be awsome!!) * Animal Fantastical- optional but fully encouraged fancy dress theme * Licensed bar * Club lighting * Craft area with themed crafts * Play area with tents and tunnels * Giant colouring-in mural * Babies-only safe space with soft mats, sofas and…

Sun 13 May

£6.67–£8.80 / 0141 212 8810

Damien O’Kane with Cúig

It takes a bold soul indeed to essay radical retreatments of traditional Irish totems like ‘The Blacksmith’, ‘The Banks Of The Bann’, ‘Erin’s Lovely Home’ and ‘Green Fields Of America’ – but such proved Coleraine singer and banjo whizz Damien O’Kane on his rapturously-received (and niftily named) 2015 album Areas of High…

Thu 1 Feb

£14 / 0141 212 8810

Dean Owens & The Whisky Hearts

Scotland's Americana troubadour.

Fri 2 Feb

£15 / 0141 212 8810

Part of Celtic Connections.

Isle of Eigg 20th Anniversary Celebration

Starting with the Scotland-wide fundraising campaign to support its community buyout, the Hebridean island of Eigg has attained totemic status in Scotland and beyond, both among advocates of land reform and local self-determination, and for staging one of the country’s most (in)famous annual revels, the Anniversary…

Sun 28 Jan

£15 / 0141 212 8810

Jupiter & Okwess and Les Triaboliques

Born into one Africa’s richest musical cultures – home to some 450 different ethnic groups - the music of Congolese artist Jupiter Bokondji, together with his high-octane band Okwess, reaches beyond its popular conga and soukous sounds, mixing myriad lesser-known styles and rhythms with funk, soul and rock, while urgently…

Sat 20 Jan

£16 / 0141 212 8810

Late Night Sessions

For those who would prefer a more laid-back after-gig environment, get down to Drygate for our Late Night Sessions, held throughout the festival. Featuring just as many well-known names and faces, the talented musicians, just with the chance of a seat! 

Fri 19 Jan

£7.50 / 0141 212 8810

Sat 20 Jan

£7.50 / 0141 212 8810

Sun 21 Jan

£7.50 / 0141 212 8810

…and 6 more dates until 3 Feb

Martin Harley & Daniel Kimbro and support

Settle back and prepare to be wowed, as acclaimed Surrey-born guitarist/singer Martin Harley – a rare British lap steel specialist, playing a century-old Weissenborn – and Tennessean double bassist Daniel Kimbro, a regular Jerry Douglas cohort who joined the Transatlantic Sessions house band on their debut US tour in…

Fri 26 Jan

Prices to be confirmed / 0141 212 8810

Strathclyde University Big Band

The exciting big band with Janine Capaldi on vocals returns to this great venue

Sun 25 Feb

£6 / 0141 212 8810

  • 14:00

TootArd with Trio Tekke & Dave De Rose

Formed by brothers Hasan and Rami Nakhleh, whose home is in the Israeli-occupied Syrian Golan Heights, TootArd are a ‘mountain rock reggae’ band seeking to transcend their circumstances’ privation and isolation, by making joyful, captivating, wittily ironic music, interweaving West African, Saharan and Caribbean strands…

Sat 3 Feb

£14 / 0141 212 8810

Reviews & features

The Vintage @ Drygate: destination drinking and dining in Glasgow

15 Jul 2014

The team-up between Tennent's and Williams Bros is an impressive and expansive cathedral to beer

Anyone drinking or dining out recently can’t fail to have noticed the rise of craft beer and independent breweries, not only across Scotland but globally. Such a phenomenon has this market become that mass producers are getting involved, too – hence…

The Drygate project aims to bring the ethos of Leith's The Vintage to Glasgow

2 May 2014

The Williams Bros complex will contain a craft brewery, bar, restaurant and events space

When the decision was made to award The List’s Eating and Drinking Guide award for Best Newcomer to Leith bar The Vintage in 2013, it wasn’t without a pause for thought. After all, this would be the first time in twenty years of existence that the Guide…