Beer kitchen and microbrewery opens in Glasgow

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Innis & Gunn has opened its fourth and largest Beer Kitchen on Ashton Lane in the heart of Glasgow’s West End.

The new venue will be the Scottish independent brewer’s flagship bar and restaurant and will feature Innis & Gunn’s first on-site microbrewery.

In a nod to Glasgow’s rich art heritage, Innis & Gunn is collaborating with local artist Lynn Howarth to provide customers with bespoke portraits made using beer!

Lynn has created several portraits of Scottish and English celebrities including Peter Capaldi, Sean Connery, Irvine Welsh and Ed Sheeran, which have all been painted with Innis & Gunn’s Kith & Kin stout.

Set over three floors, with a total capacity of 396, the Beer Kitchen features 17 keg taps, 3 cask taps and over 50 packaged craft beers, offering one of the largest craft beer selections in Glasgow.

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