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Tickets go on sale for first ever Scottish drinks festival

You can now buy your tickets for the first ever Scottish drinks festival, which is set to launch on the 5th and 6th of August in Glasgow.

Published: May 31, 2017
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It's well known that the people of Scotland love a drink, so much so in fact, that the first ever Scottish drinks festival is set to launch in Glasgow in August.

On Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th, over 2000 revellers are set to visit the festival, located at The Briggait - one of Glasgow’s most iconic buildings - and you could be one of them as tickets go on sale tomorrow.

Scotland has a great global reputation for producing world class drinks from whisky to gin to craft beer and more recently rum and fruit wines. This evolution and tales of the drinks industry have been the catalyst in creating the festival.

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Picture: Makar Glasgow Gin Facebook

With over 150 different types of drinks will be available to sample including Makar Glasgow Gin, Strathearn, Deanston, Bunnahabhain , Old J Rums & cocktails, Fallen Beer, Fraiser of Scotland, Savanha cider, Poleta wine, Shetland Reel and One Gin, it'll be a weekend to leave the car at home.

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Each drinks tasting session will be accompanied by live music from some local acoustic artists. The festival will also feature fresh culinary delights from some of the city’s best pop up street food specialists.

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Jack Breslin, the Festival Director said: “We’re thrilled at last to announce this enriched festival experience. The first ever Scottish Drinks Festival will certainly live up to our nation’s global reputation within in the drinks industry."

"We will showcase an authentic and credible Scottish drink tasting experience in an unexpected, memorable way. The old Glasgow Fish Market, a grade A listed building round the corner from Glasgow Green really is the ideal location to host such an exhibition. The whole team have worked tirelessly to ensure all our visitors get a real flavour of Scotland!”

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Picture: The Briggait, Glasgow

Not only will visitors learn more about the industry and sample a drink or two, they will also receive a complimentary glass, and event programme, as well as some other surprises from the exhibitors on the day.

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• Tickets are on sale now from at The Scottish Drinks Festival

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