Market Gallery Pub
The Market Gallery Pub is a one night pub in Glasgow that will serve homebrewed beers made by people from all over Scotland. The event will be open to the public and all homebrewers are welcome to participate. Unlike most beer fests that have booths, this event will transform the gallery into a pub where bartenders and servers will take orders and pour beers. This event is also part of the programming for the Glasgow International Festival for Visual Art.
Want to showcase your beer?
The form for participating in the Market Gallery Pub is now available. If you make homebrews and would like to participate in the Market Gallery Pub on April 30th, please email ericmsteen(at)gmail(dot)com to receive a form. The form should be returned via email by March 15th.
Each homebrewer is asked to provide 100 bottles/pints worth of beer, however, if that is too much for you, we would still be happy to serve your beer. This is just the general asking point. If you would like to provide a higher quantity - please do!
If you have questions, please send them to Eric.
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Monday, February 8, 2010
The Market Gallery Pub is an all-senses, one-night, experiential installation where the public is invited to sample craft beers created by homebrewers throughout the city. Want to let other people taste your beer? Want to showcase your beer in a non-competitive environment?
On April 30th, the Market Gallery in Glasgow will host a temporary pub featuring homebrewed beers. We are looking for people in the Glasgow and Edinburgh region to contribute their craft beers. This event will be part of the programming for the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art. Your beers will be served to visitors and the gallery space will be transformed into a functioning pub. If you are interested in adding a beer you’ve made to the menu, or if you want more information, please contact Eric Steen.
-To showcase your beer, please respond ASAP, and no later than March 15th.
-The Market Gallery Pub is set for April 30th, 2010.
-Contact Eric Steen: ericmsteen(at)gmail.com
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
View Glasgow Beer and Pub Project in a larger map
This is a map of breweries, pubs, and a few other places in Glasgow that I will be visiting. Click on the link to see the whole thing. If there's anything missing on this list that you think would be important, please let me know! I'm looking for great beer and great beer experiences. If you know of any unlisted or illegal pubs, let me know (I won't put it on the map).
Beermapping.com also has a good map, but I often find that they don't have everything.