Located very conveniently in the city centre of Glasgow, Drygate brewery is good to visit and try out their beers. On entering the premises they have a large restaurant at the front with a glass wall at the back to see into the brewery and what goes on behind the scenes. Make your way upstairs to find another bar with a large screen, great for watching sports, and a medium sized venue. Lots of events are hosted in this space from craft markets, and wedding fairs to music gigs and comedians. It's a great place for a weekend chill out.
If you haven't already then I recommend trying their beers. They have a core range of 4 that you can buy in the supermarket but visit the brewery itself and you can try the range, or buy a few in their shop to take home. A nice way to try a selection is to go on the tour of the brewery. Tours are on a Sunday only at 12pm or 5pm. It is £10 for the tour that lasts about 30-45 minutes and includes 4 large tastings. The tour was very informative with a very enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide. Not only did the guide talk about the beer and the making process but was able to give us a little history about the area of Drygate. We had a mix of locals and tourists on our tour and both seemed to enjoy it equally.