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A secret beer garden with free pints is opening in Edinburgh - here's everything you need to know

The new beer garden will pop-up in Edinburgh this weekend (9 and 10 July).

Published: July 7, 2021
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With a giant ‘living pint’, bespoke art installations, local street food and award-winning lager, Innis & Gunn’s Secret Beer Garden will open this weekend.

Taking over a space in Leith and open for just two days with strictly limited capacity, Innis & Gunn’s ‘Secret Beer Garden’ is available to book now.

The immersive beer garden will provide the perfect setting for beer fans lucky enough to secure a table, to get ‘in the know’ with Innis & Gunn, with free pints of the brewer’s award-winning premium Lager Beer on offer.

Located at Edinburgh’s trendy Custom Lane in Leith, the exclusive spot will be transformed into a beer garden, with features such as a giant living pint, designed by floral design studio, Pyrus.

Bespoke art installations from renowned street artists Trench One, Elph and light specialist Projector Club will be on display and attendees can also enjoy street food from Moskito Tapas.

Those keen to go can up for a chance to book a table at The Innis & Gunn Secret Beer Garden, which will be open on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 July.

The Innis & Gunn Secret Beer Garden is part of the brewer’s intriguing ‘If You know, You Know’ campaign - a string of activity dedicated to the craft brewer’s much-loved Lager Beer, helping loyal fans and new beer lovers alike get ‘in the know’.

Innis & Gunn has had a busy summer so far with ‘Lager Booths’ popping up across the country challenging lager lovers to prove they’re ‘in the know’ and a dedicated ‘Lager Line’ WhatsApp chat saw thousands of messages between the brewer and beer fans.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.

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