Glasgow brewpub creates 20 new jobs

Glasgow brewpub creates 20 new jobs

A £1.4m brewpub in Glasgow is to create 20 new jobs, and entertain up to 160 customers when it opens its doors on 10 June.

The Shilling Brewing Co (SBCo.) has transformed a historic Bank of Scotland building, on the corner of West George Street, and will pay homage to the cities heritage of brewing pioneers.

Alongside a host of beers, the brewpub will also serve artisan pizzas made fresh using locally sourced ingredients and brewers’ yeast.

At the forefront of the venture is SBCo.’s core range of beers, brewed on site in the pub and inspired by Glasgow.

Head brewer Declan McCaffrey, said: “Glasgow has been pioneering the perfect pint for over 400 years and at Shilling Brewing Co. we have tapped into that heritage with our core range of four craft beers.”

Stuart Leithead, general manager of Shilling Brewing Co. said: “In our first entry into the craft beer market, we have created a new brewpub experience where the art and science of brewing meet to bring customers the best of beers in a design led environment.

“Scotland has been leading the way in the craft beer market and we are excited to unveil the next chapter in the Scottish beer story, with a Glasgow twist.”

 

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