The next day we climbed the Necropolis to take in the stunning view of Glasgow. While standing here we saw a marching procession take place at the road beneath the hill, men in uniform and a pipe band.
The sky was grey throughout our stay, and right at the top of the Necropolis we were lucky that it didn’t rain.
When we’ve seen enough we made our way downhill to Drygate, where we had coffee before going on a tour in the brewery.
While sitting in the bar you can look inside the brewery.
At the Bottle Shop you can find everything you need.
Mom was ready to go inside. The usual guy was apparently stuck in traffic so another guy took us on a tour, well, after the finally found the right key to the lock. It didn’t matter as we were warm, happy and filled with coffee.
This is the Gladeye IPA-guy.
And here’s the Bearface Lager-guy.
Our guide told us about the underground spring that Drygate was built on and how they first begun brewing. We got to know everything about the process with great enthusiasm. They even have a smaller brewing-station for smaller breweries to rent. Afterwards we got to try out their core range while having lunch.
When we got out it was raining like crazy. Drygate is not that central so we walked quickly to the Lighthouse, which was on the to-see-list.
We looked at posters.
The Mackintosh exhibition.
And climbed the stairs to the view platform.
This lovely grey and brown city <3
In the evening we ate indian food in West End at Usha’s and went happily home and to sleep.